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Catawba Foundation Buys Second Salisbury Radio Station, WSTP

August 25, 2014
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Communication Arts, Students
Salisbury radio station WSTP-AM 1490 is being sold to the newly established Catawba College Foundation through 2B Productions LLC. WSTP will continue its broadcasts, offering an expanded platform for Catawba College students majoring in Business or Communication Arts and hoping to pursue related…
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Squirrels? Flying? Catawba Biology Professor Documents and Reports His Sighting

August 22, 2014
Category: Biology, Faculty
VIDEO: Southern Flying Squirrel (First ever recorded in Rowan County) Editor’s Note:  Dr. Steve Coggin, Associate Provost and Professor of Biology at Catawba, recently documented the occurrence of a flying squirrel in Rowan County, a place these mammals had never been recorded to be.  In a…
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Catawba's Head Football Coach Included in 2014-15 Leadership Rowan Class

August 22, 2014
Category: Staff
Rowan County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the new 2014-15 Leadership Rowan class participants. Class members for 2014-15 are: D. J. Barksdale (Bank of North Carolina); Curtis Walker (Catawba College); Keith Bowersox (City of Salisbury); Wendy Brindle (City of Salisbury); Jeannette West…
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Catawba Professor and Her Former Student Have Paper Accepted for Publication

August 21, 2014
Category: Academics, Alumni, Faculty, Psychology
Dr. Sheila Brownlow, a professor and chair of psychology at Catawba College, and a former student of hers, now an alumna of Catawba’s Class of 2012, Sarah C. Robinson, have had their paper titled "Determinants of Proenvironmental Attitudes in College Students" accepted for publication in the British…
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Opening Convocation Builds on Old Traditions and Launches New Ones

August 20, 2014
Category: Academics, Events, Students
A different sort of Opening Convocation helped kick off Catawba College's new academic year on August 19th. A ceremony in the 50-year-old Omwake-Dearborn Chapel had the pomp and circumstances associated with academic beginnings, followed by a Club Fair and a Community Picnic Supper in the…
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