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N.C. Governor Returns to Alma Mater for Salisbury's 'America's First 10 Gigabit City Announcement'

September 3, 2015
Category: Events, Technology
L-R: Dr. Yi Deng, UNCC Computing & Informatics Dean; Joanna Jasper, Catawba College C.I.O.; N.C. Governor and 1978 Catawba College Alumnus Pat McCrory; Catawba College President Brien Lewis; Susan Kluttz, N.C. Department of Cultural Resources Secretary; Robert Van Geons, Executive Director…
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Fibrant and Calix Partner to Make Salisbury America’s First 10 Gigabit City

September 3, 2015
Category: Events, Technology
10 Gbps connections available throughout Salisbury as city looks to next generation PON Thanks to its partnership with Calix, Inc. (NYSE: CALX), the world leader in gigabit fiber deployments, Salisbury is now America’s first 10 gigabit city (americas10gigcity.com), with 10 gigabit per second…
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Food Lion and Catawba College Premiere "Lessons in Leadership" Film to Honor Grocery Co-Founder and Salisbury Native, Ralph W. Ketner

August 28, 2015
Category: Business & Economics, Events, Students, Teacher Education
  Grocer and College Distribute Film for North Carolina Student Education in Leadership and Business Food Lion and Catawba College premiere "Lessons in Leadership," a documentary film featuring the life and business lessons students and professionals can learn from Ralph W. Ketner,…
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Eleven RCCC Students Selected as Noyce Summer Interns

August 27, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Events, Students
After a rigorous application process, 11 Rowan-Cabarrus Community College students were accepted as the third cohort of Noyce Summer Interns. After these 11 students successfully completed their summer internships, two of them, Emilee Isenhour and Bryan Morris, applied and were accepted as Noyce…
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Catawba's September Community Forum: "The Great Turning"

August 26, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Events, Faculty
What do the Preppers, The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, and the Ferguson protests have in common? They are each social actions that embody a profound sense of desperation and anxiety over the immediate future. Social collapse, soaring income inequality, racial tensions — why are there so many…
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