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Catawba College English Professor Participates in Professional Conference

April 15, 2005
Category: Academics, English, Faculty, Staff, Students
Dr. Laurel Eason, a professor of English at Catawba College, recently participated in the Association of Core Texts and Courses conference held April 7-11 in Vancouver, British Columbia.While there, she delivered a paper entitled, “Mario Vargas Llosa’s Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter: A…
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Catawba College Psychology Faculty and Students Participate in Professional Meeting

April 15, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Psychology, Staff, Students
All four faculty members of the Catawba College Psychology Department, along with several of their students, participated in the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association held recently in Nashville, Tenn.   Faculty members attending included Drs. Lyn Boulter, Karen Horner, Al…
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Two Catawba Students Honored for Their Poems

April 5, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Staff, Students
Two of Catawba College’s creative writing students from Salisbury are among four N.C. college students honored in the Charlotte Writers’ Club’s annual Anthony Abbott Poetry Award for undergraduates.Senior Nneka Campbell won first place (and $150) in the contest for her poem,…
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Catawba College Music Faculty Participate in Annual Meeting

April 5, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Music, Staff
Three members of the Catawba College Music Department participated in the plenary session, “Musical Inclusiveness: the Catawba College Initiative,” at the College Music Society – Mid-Atlantic Chapter annual meeting held March 19 at West Virginia University.For that session, Dr.…
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Two Catawba Students Honored for Their Poems

April 5, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Staff, Students
Two of Catawba College’s creative writing students from Salisbury are among four N.C. college students honored in the Charlotte Writers’ Club’s annual Anthony Abbott Poetry Award for undergraduates.Senior Nneka Campbell won first place (and $150) in the contest for her poem,…
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