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N.C. Teacher of the Year Is Keynote Speaker for Teacher Education Day at Catawba College

September 19, 2006
Category: Events, Teacher Education
North Carolina's Teacher of the Year for 2006-2007 Diana Beasley, a high school biology teacher from Hickory High School, is the keynote speaker for a September 26th Teacher Education Day slated at Catawba College. Jointly sponsored by Catawba's Admissions and Teacher Education Departments and the…
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Recipients of Endowed Professorships Announced at Catawba College's Opening Convocation

September 5, 2006
Category: Academics, Biology, English, Events, Faculty, Politics, Psychology, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts
The recipients of several endowed professorships were announced Thursday, August 31 during Catawba College's Opening Convocation for the 2006-2007 academic year.   Dr. Michael J. Baranski, a professor of biology, received the Bashore Distinguished Professorship in Environmental Science. This…
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Recipients of Endowed Professorships Announced at Catawba College's Opening Convocation

September 5, 2006
Category: Academics, Biology, English, Events, Faculty, Politics, Psychology, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts
The recipients of several endowed professorships were announced Thursday, August 31 during Catawba College's Opening Convocation for the 2006-2007 academic year.   Dr. Michael J. Baranski, a professor of biology, received the Bashore Distinguished Professorship in Environmental Science. This…
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Officials Announce New Program Name and a New Major and Degree

June 14, 2006
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Students, Teacher Education
On June 1, Catawba College's Lifelong Learning Program became the School of Evening and Graduate Studies and Dr. Edith Bolick '70 became its Dean. Along with its new title, the School has a new degree, a Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A.E.) degree with a major in Birth-Kindergarten (B-K)…
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Officials Announce New Program Name and a New Major and Degree

June 14, 2006
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Students, Teacher Education
On June 1, Catawba College's Lifelong Learning Program became the School of Evening and Graduate Studies and Dr. Edith Bolick '70 became its Dean. Along with its new title, the School has a new degree, a Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A.E.) degree with a major in Birth-Kindergarten (B-K)…
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