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Catawba College Professor Attends Math Meeting

April 8, 2011
Category: Academics, Faculty, Mathematics
Dr. Paul Baker, a Catawba College professor of mathematics, attended the Mathematical Association of America's Southeastern Regional Section meeting at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa on April 1-2. At the conference, Baker organized and co-chaired the Special Session on Geometry. During the…
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Mathematics Conference Hosted by Catawba College

March 16, 2011
Category: Events, Mathematics
Catawba College's Department of Mathematics hosted CAT-RUM 2011 — a Research Undergraduate Mathematics Conference on campus on March 5.Catawba mathematics professor, Dr. Paul Baker, directed the conference made possible through a grant from the Mathematical Association of America and from the…
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No Tuition Increase at Catawba for 2011-2012

February 23, 2011
Category: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Faculty, Mathematics
There will be no increase in Catawba College's tuition, room and board for day students in the 2011-2012 academic year. College Trustees made that decision at their Feb. 15 meeting. Tuition will remain $25,160 per year for students in the day program enrolled in between 12 and 18 semester credit…
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Mathematics Honor Society Inducts Members

February 4, 2011
Category: Academics, Events, Mathematics, Students
The Catawba College Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, the mathematics honor society, inducted five new members during a February 3 ceremony held in Ketner Hall on campus. Inductees included Alan Burgess of Rockwell; Jacob Hill of Salisbury; Mark Ketterer of Hamilton, N.J.; Joseph Manser of Mooresville;…
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Catawba College Mathematics Department to Sponsor Annual Contests

January 27, 2011
Category: Events, Mathematics
Catawba College's Mathematics Department will be sponsoring the ninth annual North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Contests on Thursday, March 24, 2011. Catawba will be a qualifying site for the Algebra I, Geometry contests, and local students who are in (or have taken) Algebra I or…
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