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Catawba's Statement on Non-Discrimination

April 1, 2016
Category: Academics, Students
Note from Catawba College President Brien Lewis:"It is our understanding that HB2 does not apply to private institutions and therefore it will have no impact on Catawba’s policies and practices. Catawba College is dedicated to offering a welcoming environment for every member of our learning…
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Pastel Workshop Blends Artists' True Colors

March 31, 2016
Category: Events, Staff, Students
"I had no idea you could layer on different colors, blend them together, and have the illusion of shape and form," a Catawba College student shared after participating in a recent pastel workshop held on campus. Professional artist and illustrator Walter Stanford was the instructor for this pastels…
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Catawba Students to Participate in 39th Annual Ethics Symposium

March 24, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Students
L-R: Gamper, Clapp and Baran Catawba College has received an invitation to be one of the colleges and universities invited to participate in the 39th annual Hilton Head Ethics symposium, slated in November 2016. In 2015, Catawba shared the invitation with Presbyterian College (S.C.),…
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2016 Women’s Panel to Advise Female Students at Catawba on How to Succeed in the Real World

March 23, 2016
Category: Alumni, Events, Students
Highly successful young professionals, including Catawba alumnae, will share how to succeed in those first jobs out of college with Catawba coeds at the College’s third annual Women’s Panel slated from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 30, in Tom Smith Auditorium.  Their presentation, “How to Succeed…
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Catawba Students Attend National Chemistry Conference

March 23, 2016
Category: Chemistry, Events, Students
 Brooke Baumgarten received honors for her outstanding research project. Twelve Catawba College students recently attended the 251st National Conference of the American Chemical Society in San Diego, Calif., under the advisement of Dr. ChaMarra Saner, assistant professor of chemistry. Eight of…
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