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Catawba Swimmer Grabs All-America Honors With Fourth-Place Finish In 100 Fly

March 13, 2015
Category: Athletics, Students
Catawba sophomore Sebastian Holmberg (Akersberga, Sweden/Skolan) earned All-America honors on Thursday at the 2015 NCAA II Swimming & Diving Championships at the IUPUI Natatorium.  Holmberg swam to a fourth-place finish in the 100 fly. His finals swim of 46.73 was the second fastest 100 fly in…
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2011 Catawba Alumnus to Attend 2015 Nobel Laureate Meeting

March 12, 2015
Category: Alumni, Chemistry
Joe Manser, a 2011 alumnus of Catawba College and current doctorate student in Chemical Engineering at University of Notre Dame, will attend the 2015 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany this July. Manser was selected by an international scientific review panel to attend the 65th annual…
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Dr. Gary Freeze Finishing Third Volume on Catawba County’s History

March 11, 2015
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
By Mark Freeze, Catawba student Before he was even employed by Catawba College, historian Gary Freeze was commissioned by Catawba County to write the chronicle of that county's history. This year, he's putting the finishing touches on the third, and final volume of the series, which covers the…
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March is National Athletic Training Month

March 11, 2015
Category: Academics, Athletics, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
"We Prepare - You Perform" is the theme for the month of March recognizing Athletic Trainers (ATs) as experts in taking care of all kinds of injuries and for their commitment to helping people prevent injuries and keeping people healthy and active. ATs are healthcare experts who specialize in…
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Carolina Panthers’ President Danny Morrison to Deliver Catawba’s CEO Lecture on April 14th

March 10, 2015
Category: Business & Economics, Events
The Carolina Panthers’ Team President Danny Morrison will deliver the keynote address at Catawba College’s 12th annual CEO Lecture at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 14, in Hedrick Little Theatre on campus. Sponsored by the Ralph W. Ketner School of Business, the lecture is free and open to the public and…
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