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February 17 Community Forum: "Her Story Must Be Told: Women in the Holocaust"

January 29, 2015
Category: Events
Dr. Racelle Weiman has received international acclaim and numerous awards for her innovative and thought provoking work in the fields of Holocaust studies, Prejudice Reduction and Tolerance Education, and Inter-religious Relations. Dr. Weiman's work includes: establishing institutes and education…
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Free Concert of Percussion Music Feb. 8 at Catawba

January 29, 2015
Category: Events, Faculty, Music
Connors and Zlotnick Catawba College’s Community Music program offers a free concert featuring music faculty member, Peter Zlotnick, and musician Sean Connors performing works by Reich, Trevino, Hollinden, Lindroth, Ligeti, and Mayrose at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 8 in the Florence Busby Corriher…
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The Big Idea Business Plan Competition 2015 Is Set to Begin

January 27, 2015
Category: Business & Economics, Events
Would-be entrepreneurs in Rowan County once again have a chance to vie for cash prizes in the second annual Big Idea Business Plan Competition that begins February 1st with entries accepted online for the first round of competition. The competition is sponsored by Catawba College’s Ketner School of…
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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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