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Catawba College Offers New Leadership Program

August 8, 2006
Category: Academics, History & Politics, Students
This fall, Catawba will offer a new program, Leadership Catawba, tailored specifically to academically talented and highly motivated students. Students who are recipients of the prestigious First Family and Presidential Scholarships are automatically eligible to participate, while others may apply…
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Two Catawba College Faculty Members Attend Wye Institute

July 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, History & Politics, Sociology
Two Catawba College faculty members, Drs. Carla Eastis and J. Michael Bitzer, are participating in this summer's Wye Institute July 22-28 in Queenstown, Md. The focus of the institute, established in 1983 and co-sponsored by the Aspen Institute and the American Association of Colleges and…
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Two Academic Departments at Catawba College Merge

July 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, History & Politics
Beginning with the 2006-2007 academic year, two departments at Catawba College will merge into a single entity. The Departments of History and Classics and Political Science will become the Department of History and Politics. Dr. J. Michael Bitzer, an assistant professor of political science, has…
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Two Catawba College Faculty Members Attend Wye Institute

July 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, History & Politics, Sociology
Two Catawba College faculty members, Drs. Carla Eastis and J. Michael Bitzer, are participating in this summer's Wye Institute July 22-28 in Queenstown, Md. The focus of the institute, established in 1983 and co-sponsored by the Aspen Institute and the American Association of Colleges and…
Read More

Two Academic Departments at Catawba College Merge

July 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, History & Politics
Beginning with the 2006-2007 academic year, two departments at Catawba College will merge into a single entity. The Departments of History and Classics and Political Science will become the Department of History and Politics. Dr. J. Michael Bitzer, an assistant professor of political science, has…
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