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Catawba College English Professor Attends and Presents at Conference

October 18, 2016
Category: Academics, English, Events, Faculty
Dr. Kerstin Rudolph, an assistant professor of English at Catawba College, recently attended the annual conference of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), founded by Carter G. Woodson.  This Association's 101st meeting took place in Richmond, Va., in early…
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Catawba Administration Urges Fall Break Caution, Preps for Effects of Hurricane Matthew

October 5, 2016
Category: Events, Faculty, Staff, Students
A Message from Dr. Michael Bitzer, Provost & Interim Dean of Students October 5, 2016 Dear Students and Members of Our Campus Community, As our campus prepares for fall break, most of you know that the southeastern coast of the United States is preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Matthew. …
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Catawba Cares: A Campus Clean-up

September 21, 2016
Category: Events, Faculty, Staff, Students
 Three Catawba students gather for a photograph before they set out to work on cleaning up the grounds around campus. By Kiersten Nichols '18 Catawba Cares, a campus clean up event, started around two in the afternoon on September 14th with roughly 15 people and grew exponentially throughout…
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Catawba Faculty and Staff Devote a Day Just for Caring

September 8, 2016
Category: Events, Faculty, Staff
Catawba College would like to thank and recognize our 2016 Day of Caring Team. The volunteers, made up of faculty and staff, teamed up at South Rowan High School on Thursday, September 8 for the annual Rowan County United Way Day of Caring.  This year's project consisted of planting 35 trees and…
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Dr. Michael Bitzer Tapped as WFAE's Expert for Political Coverage

August 30, 2016
Category: Events, Faculty, Politics
WFAE, Charlotte’s NPR News Source, has tapped Dr. Michael Bitzer, Catawba College provost and professor of politics and history, as its expert for political coverage during the upcoming election season.  Read the full details in the WFAE-provided news release that follows.   With less than 75 days…
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