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Catawba College Professor Participates in N.C. Shakespeare Festival

September 10, 2004
Category: English, Faculty
Dr. Bethany Sinnott, a professor of English and chair of the English Department at Catawba College, will participate in the upcoming N.C. Shakespeare Festival in High Point.   From 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 2, she will present the Nancy Lyles Classics in Context Seminar on "Othello."  …
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Catawba College History Professor Honored

September 10, 2004
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College History Professor, Dr. Gary Freeze, was honored in absentia during an August luncheon at the Museum of History in Raleigh for his work with the Tar Heel Junior Historians Association (THJH).Freeze was recognized for completing 10 years as a member of the group’s advisory…
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Catawba College Professor Participates in N.C. Shakespeare Festival

September 10, 2004
Category: English, Faculty
Dr. Bethany Sinnott, a professor of English and chair of the English Department at Catawba College, will participate in the upcoming N.C. Shakespeare Festival in High Point.   From 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 2, she will present the Nancy Lyles Classics in Context Seminar on "Othello."  …
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Catawba College History Professor Honored

September 10, 2004
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College History Professor, Dr. Gary Freeze, was honored in absentia during an August luncheon at the Museum of History in Raleigh for his work with the Tar Heel Junior Historians Association (THJH).Freeze was recognized for completing 10 years as a member of the group’s advisory…
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Reading and Reality: Shanghai, Hong Kong, Kyoto and Beyond

September 2, 2004
Category: Faculty, Theatre Arts
;During the summer of 2004, Dr. Woodrow Hood, Chairman of the Theatre Arts Department at Catawba College, and his wife, Dr. Cynthia Gendrich, Associate Professor of Theatre at Wake Forest University, took part in an Asian faculty seminar funded by the Mellon Foundation.   They traveled extensively…
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