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Catawba Alumnus Recognized for Pioneering Work in the Field of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

July 25, 2014
Category: Alumni, Sociology
Catawba College Alumnus Philip A. May '69, Ph.D., a research professor at the UNC Nutrition Research Institute in Kannapolis, N.C., has been awarded the 2014 Henry Rosett Award for his internationally recognized work in the field of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders. The award was presented to Dr.…
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Catawba College Professor’s Blog Site Registers 2 Million Visitors

July 23, 2014
Category: Communication Arts, Faculty
Cyndi Allison Wittum, a lecturer in Communication Arts at Catawba College, can tell you a lot about grilling.  And folks must like what she’s been sharing about grilling through her Barbecue Master Blog (http://barbequemaster.blogspot.com). Visitors to Wittum's blog site just crossed the 2 million…
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Longtime Catawba Faculty Member Dies

July 23, 2014
Category: Faculty, Psychology
Roberts Dr. Albert E. "Robin" Roberts, professor emeritus and former chair of psychology at Catawba College, died Tuesday, July 22. He had retired from Catawba in 2010 after 40 years of service. The funeral service for Dr. Roberts was held Friday, July 25 in Salisbury. He is survived by wife…
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Bitzer Comments on Toll of NC State Budget Stalemate

July 22, 2014
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College Provost, professor of politics and political expert Dr. J. Michael Bitzer spoke to WSOC-TV about the state budget stalemate and its toll. "This dragging out of where they need to be and what they need to be doing really is starting to raise some eyebrows," said Bitzer. Watch the…
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Bitzer Comments on State Budget Debate over Teacher Raises

July 17, 2014
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Catawba College Provost, professor of politics and political expert Dr. J. Michael Bitzer spoke to WSOC-TV about the state budget debate over teacher raises. "I think this is a real tug-of-war within the Republican Party," said Bitzer, going on to say the disagreements between the governor and…
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