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Free Concert of Violin and Piano Music on Jan. 24 at Catawba College

January 7, 2015
Category: Events, Faculty, Music
Daniel Skidmore and Mary Ann Bills will be performing music for violin and piano in a free concert offered at 3 p.m. Saturday January 24 in the Omwake-Dearborn Chapel at Catawba College. Skidmore performs regularly as concertmaster of the Salisbury Symphony and as associate concertmaster of the…
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Former N.C. Governor James Martin to Speak on The Reconciliation of Science and Religion

December 19, 2014
Category: Events
Come to the next Catawba College Community Forum on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. in Tom Smith Auditorium of Ralph W. Ketner Hall for a challenging presentation by a highly respected scientist and former Governor of North Carolina. Dr. James G. Martin was born in Savannah, Georgia,…
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Catawba's Environmental Stewards and Their Littlest Steward Aid Toys for Tots Drive

December 18, 2014
Category: Academics, Environmental Science, Events, Students
 Melton and Roberts  The U.S. Marine Corps' annual Toys for Tots Drive got a boost this year thanks to a collection effort made on behalf of the drive by Catawba College's Center for the Environment Environmental Stewards program. And the Stewards, got some help with their effort from a young…
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NASCAR: Moonshiners to Millionaires Was Just One of the Fall Courses for Catawba Freshmen

December 16, 2014
Category: Academics, English, Events, Psychology, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
 At the NASCAR Hall of Fame By Dr. Forrest Anderson, Assistant Professor of English Catawba College's first-year seminar class, NASCAR: Moonshiners to Millionaires, took a victory lap through the heart of NASCAR Country in mid-November. On Turn 1, students learned more about the history and…
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Catawba Honors Students Spend Fall Semester Studying Infectious Diseases

December 12, 2014
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Events, Students
 L-R: Honors students Alicia Richards, Sara Sellers and Amber Williamson stand ready to share info from their research Leprosy, SARS, Syphilis, Rabies, Rotavirus and Malaria were just some of the infectious diseases on the minds of Catawba College students in a biology honors class this fall.…
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