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Catawba College Earns National Recognition as College of Distinction

July 12, 2017
Category: Academics, Alumni, Events, Students
National guide to colleges highlights innovative learning opportunities at top schools Innovative application of high impact educational practices at Catawba College earned the school recognition among the nation’s Colleges of Distinction. Through Catawba College’s membership in the University…
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Redesigning Our Future, Designing Your Future

July 10, 2017
Category: Environmental Science, Events
The keynote speaker at Catawba College’s 2017 National Environmental Summit took a slight turn from the event’s theme: Redesigning Our Future. Heather White, president and CEO of Yellowstone Forever, the nonprofit partner of Yellowstone National Park, told the high school students Tuesday night to…
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Catawba to Offer Summer Math Immersion Workshop for Middle and High School Math Teachers

June 19, 2017
Category: Events, Mathematics
Attention middle and high school math teachers, Catawba College will offer a free, national professional development summer immersion workshop from August 1-3, 2017 on the campus of Catawba College. This workshop is part of the newly formed Central N.C. Math Teachers' Circle. All interested math…
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Tar Heel Boys’ State at Catawba College June 18-24

June 15, 2017
Category: Events
Catawba College will host the 78th annual session of Tar Heel Boys’ State June 18-24.  This is the 12th consecutive year that the weeklong event has been held on campus and approximately 300 participants, all rising high school seniors from North Carolina, are expected. Notable state leaders…
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Catawba College History Major Will Talk Trains in Saluda on June 16

June 13, 2017
Category: Academics, Events, History, Students
Catawba College history major, Lucas R. Safrit of Salisbury, is a N.C. Transportation Museum historical interpreter who has served there as a volunteer and employee for more than 11 years.  He’ll be sharing his knowledge about different steam and diesel locomotives that traversed the Saluda Grade at…
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