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Catawba Professor Appointed to Editorial Review Board of Scholarly Journal

October 13, 2015
Category: Business & Economics, Faculty
Dr. James Slate, associate professor of economics at Catawba College, has been appointed to the Editorial Review Board of the Business Education Innovation Journal.  Slate, who joined the Catawba College faculty in January of 2002, earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Christopher Newport…
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Catawba Faculty Leverage Past Cambodian Experiences for Future Benefit of Students

September 30, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty, Mathematics
Two Catawba College faculty members who spent parts of their summer traveling in Cambodia for a research project and humanitarian relief efforts are making plans to leverage their experiences to the future benefit of their students. Dr. Paul Baker of Mathematics and Dr. Phillip Frank of Marketing…
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Catawba Welcomes New Faculty

September 28, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Chemistry, Communication Arts, Faculty, Music, Politics, Psychology, Religion & Philosophy, Sport & Health Sciences, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts
Catawba College welcomed new members to its faculty ranks this academic year and some faculty had title changes. NEW FACULTY - FALL 2015 New Full-Time Faculty:       Hogewood       Gibson       Burgess       Petrie       Liang       Woodhouse       Stephenson…
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Catawba Sociology Professor Co-Authors Book

August 27, 2015
Category: Academics, Faculty
Dr. Buster Smith, an assistant professor of sociology at Catawba College has co-authored a book that will soon be released by NYU Press. "American Secularism: Cultural Contours of Nonreligious Belief Systems (Religion and Social Transformation)" will be available in paperback on Sept. 25. Smith…
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Catawba's September Community Forum: "The Great Turning"

August 26, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Events, Faculty
What do the Preppers, The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, and the Ferguson protests have in common? They are each social actions that embody a profound sense of desperation and anxiety over the immediate future. Social collapse, soaring income inequality, racial tensions — why are there so many…
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