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Catawba Student to Present at Major Conference

December 5, 2005
Category: Academics, English, Students
Speaking on the stereotypes of Appalachian people in modern film, Chandra Lowe will be a presenter at the PCA/ACA National Conference 2006 in April.When Catawba College senior Chandra Lowe of Budd Lake, N.J. wrote her term paper for last fall's Appalachian Culture & Society Honors course, she…
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Catawba Student to Present at Major Conference

December 5, 2005
Category: Academics, English, Students
Speaking on the stereotypes of Appalachian people in modern film, Chandra Lowe will be a presenter at the PCA/ACA National Conference 2006 in April.When Catawba College senior Chandra Lowe of Budd Lake, N.J. wrote her term paper for last fall's Appalachian Culture & Society Honors course, she…
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'Home from Nowhere': Catawba Students Learn about Effects of Sprawl

November 28, 2005
Category: Academics, Psychology, Students
Talk about life-changing. This is a class that challenges students where they live.Dr. Sheila Brownlow's First-year Seminar, "Home from Nowhere," is one Catawba College course that is causing scales to fall from students' eyes. It is also encouraging – some would say "forcing" – the 16…
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'Home from Nowhere': Catawba Students Learn about Effects of Sprawl

November 28, 2005
Category: Academics, Psychology, Students
Talk about life-changing. This is a class that challenges students where they live.Dr. Sheila Brownlow's First-year Seminar, "Home from Nowhere," is one Catawba College course that is causing scales to fall from students' eyes. It is also encouraging – some would say "forcing" – the 16…
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Catawba College's "Solve This and Win!" Draws Area Math Lovers

November 18, 2005
Category: Academics, Mathematics, Students
"Solve This and Win!" occupies just a small portion of the Catawba College Mathematics Department web pages, but both Catawba students and area math lovers are visiting it   regularly, vying to solve the posted math problem.  The payoff for visitors is mostly intrinsic — they get the…
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