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Hester Resigns from Catawba, Accepts Coaching Position at N.C. A&T

April 1, 2014
Category: Athletics, Staff
Chip Hester has resigned his position in Catawba College's Development Office to accept a job at North Carolina A&T as assistant football coach. Hester He will serve under N.C. A&T head coach Rod Broadway who announced Hester's hiring on April 1. Hester has been Catawba's director…
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Catawba College Unveils New Website

March 14, 2014
Category: Alumni, Events, Faculty, Staff, Students, Technology
Catawba's New Website       Catawba's Former Website After many months of planning, collaboration and development, Catawba College launched its newly redesigned website on March 14. The redesign process, which included the migration of thousands of pages of content, began in early 2013.…
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Committee Formed to Develop Quality Enhancement Plan for Catawba

February 10, 2014
Category: Alumni, Athletics, Faculty, Staff
Eight faculty and staff members and one trustee from Catawba College have agreed to serve on the institution's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Committee. This committee will oversee the development of a critical component of Catawba's reaffirmation of accreditation with the Southern Association of…
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Catawba Recognizes Coaches with 100 or More Game Wins

February 4, 2014
Category: Athletics, Staff
Catawba College is very fortunate to have several members of  their coaching staff to lead their teams to wins in over 100 games during their  tenure at the college.  Pictured are the coaches who have more than 100  wins to their credit as of February 4, 2014. From left to right: Nan  Whitley…
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Catawba College Hires Senior Development Associate

February 4, 2014
Category: Staff
Catawba College has hired a Senior Development Associate. 1974 Catawba alumnus Randy Southard of Stokesdale assumed his new role effective February 1st. Southard will assist the Development Office at the college in sharing the Catawba story with alumni and in helping to build the college's…
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