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Eleven RCCC Students Report on Their Experiences as Noyce Summer Interns

October 4, 2014
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Students
A second cohort of Noyce Summer Interns report that their internship experiences were successfully completed. The 11 Rowan-Cabarrus Community College students applied and were accepted to participate in these paid summer Exploration Internships in a STEM occupation. The internships were complimented…
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Pep Rally Pumps Up Students, Families, Faculty and Staff

September 29, 2014
Category: Athletics, Events, Staff, Students
By Courtney Briscoe ’16 Friday night, Sept. 26, Catawba College students, faculty and staff helped kick off Family Weekend and the 2014 football season by gathering for a pep rally in Shuford Stadium. There, they were able to get a sneak peak at the Catawba Pride Marching Band’s halftime show,…
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Catawba Men's Basketball Team Focuses on Service during Trip to Rowan Helping Ministries

September 26, 2014
Category: Athletics, Events, Students
Members of the Men's Basketball team help out at Rowan Helping Ministries As a way to demonstrate "service," one of the four words on the Catawba College seal, members of the College's Men's Basketball team prepared and served a meal to approximately 100 homeless people at Rowan Helping…
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Catawba Announces New Exchange Partnership with German University

September 26, 2014
Category: Academics, Events, Students
Catawba College's Ketner Center for International Studies is pleased to announce a new exchange partnership with the University of Applied Sciences in Osnabrück, Germany. The program is intended primarily for students in the Ketner School of Business, but non-business majors may also…
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"A Boy Named Soo" Commemorates 30th Year of Martial Arts Classes at Catawba

September 24, 2014
Category: Events, Staff, Students
This September marked David Mitchell's 30th year of teaching Chayon-Ryu martial arts at Catawba College. The 64-year-old, eighth-degree black belt marked the occasion quietly, with the publication of a children's book, "A Boy Named Soo." The book, illustrated with sketches rendered with…
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