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Carolina Panthers & Charlotte Knights Welcome Catawba’s Sport Management Students

March 16, 2018
Category: Academics, Events, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
Catawba College students in Management of Sport Facilities traveled in late February to uptown Charlotte for a field experience with the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte Knights. The students began the day at Bank of American Stadium where they were given an educational tour from Ryan Petrus,…
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Catawba College Psychology Department Members Attend and Present at Annual Meeting

March 15, 2018
Category: Academics, Events, Psychology, Students
Four faculty and 11 students in the Catawba College Psychology Department continued a rich tradition of research and presentations at professional conferences when they traveled to the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Charleston, S.C., March 6-9. Drs. Jennifer…
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Catawba College Forum: “Making the Leap from University into the World in the 21st Century”

March 14, 2018
Category: Events
Dr. Susan Mohini Kane, a renowned university educator and musical performer, will be the next speaker at the Catawba College Community Forum, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in Tom Smith Auditorium. Kane will be discussing the intricacies of navigating a successful career path in the early decades…
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Catawba Students and Faculty Attend N.C. Athletic Trainers Association Symposium

March 13, 2018
Category: Academics, Events, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
 L-R: Kyrbee Cheek '19, Brittany Sprinkles '19, Yeimi Reyna-Romero '20, Brooke Gammons '20, Samantha Pugh '18, and Peter Mantione '20. Six Catawba College Athletic Training students and several faculty members attended the 2018 North Carolina Athletic Trainers Association Spring Symposium…
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Catawba Students Learn about Brain Injury from Hinds’ Feet Farm Members

March 7, 2018
Category: Academics, Events, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
When Catawba College Therapeutic Recreation students met on campus in early February with members from Hinds' Feet Farm (HFF) in Huntersville, they learned about acceptance and how quickly a life can change when a brain injury occurs. The perception of "lucky" is different for each individual. The…
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