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Catawba's Athletic Training Hall of Fame to Induct Third Class of Members on Feb. 9th

January 15, 2013
Category: Alumni, Athletics, Events, Sport & Health Sciences
New members will be inducted into the Catawba College Athletic Training Hall of Fame on Feb. 9.  The induction of the Class of 2013 will take place between noon and 2 p.m. in Peeler Crystal Lounge of the Robertson College-Community Center on campus. The 2013 inductees, both from the Class of 1995,…
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The Experience of an Internship and the Ability to Make a Difference

October 24, 2012
Category: Academics, Biology, Business & Economics, Communication Arts, English, Environmental Science, Events, Music, Religion & Philosophy, Sociology, Sport & Health Sciences, Students, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts
Fourteen Catawba College students employed their unique gifts and talents in service to others as interns with tax-exempt nonprofit organizations during the summer of 2012. Funding and coordination for the program were provided through the college's Lilly Center for Vocation and Values. While these…
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Catawba Football Player Walks Again Thanks to Athletic Trainer and Surgeons

August 14, 2012
Category: Athletics, Sport & Health Sciences, Staff, Students
By Sarah Campbell, A Catawba College football player who broke two vertebrae in his neck Saturday during practice is walking again thanks to a quick response by medical personnel.   ; Casmus Head athletic trainerBob Casmus was on the field when the collision occurred between…
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Catawba Alumnus Named Bunker Hill High Athletic Director

July 9, 2012
Category: Alumni, Sport & Health Sciences, Teacher Education
Bunker Hill High School recently named Catawba College Alumnus Lee Miller as the new athletic director for the upcoming school year. Miller, assistant principal at Bunker Hill, will add the title of athletic director to his duties and replaces the recently retired Jim Woodruff.Miller is a 1990…
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Catawba Student Researches Link Between Head Injuries and Alzheimer's

June 1, 2012
Category: Academics, Athletics, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
Lindsay Smith of Salisbury contends that her research data supports her theory that there is a correlation between head injuries and Alzheimer's disease. The research she outlined in a paper presented at a super-regional convention of Alpha Chi, national college honor society, was so convincing to…
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