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Catawba College One of Sites for Regional Professional Learning Day on February 28

January 26, 2015
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Teacher Education
Catawba College will be one of the sites across the state hosting a Regional Professional Learning Day for teachers and prospective teachers on February 28. The professional development day is sponsored by the North Carolina Association of Educators. The Professional Learning Days are offered by…
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Making the Case to Reconcile Science and Religion

January 21, 2015
Category: Events
Former N.C. Governor, Dr. James G. Martin, spoke at Catawba College’s January Community Forum and attempted to reconcile the centuries old conflict between science and religion.  Martin, a respected Davidson College chemistry professor long before his decades-long foray into politics, shared…
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Catawba Begins Landmark Solar Project

January 21, 2015
Category: Academics, Athletics, Events
 Solar panel installation on the roof of the college-community center Catawba College is making a bold move in the area of solar power that will propel it ahead of all other North Carolina colleges and universities. Catawba will have the distinction of having the second largest campus solar…
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Catawba Alumnus Honored As Charlotte's Community Leader of the Year At Queen City Awards

January 14, 2015
Category: Alumni, Events, Music
Catawba College alumnus Dennis Reed '06 was named by the City of Charlotte as the recipient of the "Community Leader of the Year" award. A crowd of hundreds gathered in Halton Theater at Central Piedmont Community College on January 10, 2015 to celebrate the achievements and nominations of local…
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Students to See New Beverage Vendor, Mobile Phone Chargers, and Bike Share Program This Spring

January 7, 2015
Category: Events, Students
It'll be Coke, not Pepsi that Catawba College students find in vending machines and the dining hall when they return to campus for spring semester 2015. Thanks to a new contract the College signed with Coke, students will also be able to use their debit or credit cards to access this line of…
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