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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…
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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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Young Man from Kannapolis Wants to Help His Hometown Prosper

May 16, 2006
Category: Academics, History & Politics, Students
At a young age, Ryan Dayvault of Kannapolis came to believe that "there's no place like home."  That belief has helped the 20-year-old chart a course for his future that he hopes will take him into public administration and eventually bring him to figure prominently in leading his hometown to…
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Young Man from Kannapolis Wants to Help His Hometown Prosper

May 16, 2006
Category: Academics, History & Politics, Students
At a young age, Ryan Dayvault of Kannapolis came to believe that "there's no place like home."  That belief has helped the 20-year-old chart a course for his future that he hopes will take him into public administration and eventually bring him to figure prominently in leading his hometown to…
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