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Catawba College Student is a Finalist for National Scholarship

April 25, 2006
Category: Academics, English, Students
Victoria Hamilton of Wake Forest, a junior at Catawba College, has been named third alternate for the Alfred H. Nolle Scholarship given by Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholarship Society.An English major and member of Catawba’s Omicron Chapter of Alpha Chi, Hamilton competed with 44…
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Catawba College Selects Students to Serve as Ambassadors

April 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Students
The Catawba College Admissions Office has announced the names of students selected to serve as Ambassadors during the upcoming academic year. These students will represent the institution to prospective students and their families, provide campus tours to prospects and their families, and…
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National Professional Business Fraternity Reactivated at Catawba College

April 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Students
Pi Sigma Epsilon National Professional Fraternity has been reactivated at Catawba College's Ralph Ketner School of Business. Last active on campus in 2000, the professional fraternity's membership will come primarily from marketing and business administration majors, but is also open to students in…
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Catawba Center for Environment To Be Rebroadcast on PBS Program

April 21, 2006
Category: Environmental Science, Events
Catawba College's Environmental Science Program and Center for the Environment will be featured soon on PBS's "Simple Living with Wanda Urbanska." The TV crew filmed footage on campus in April for the fall program. Urbanska, the host and co-producer, said she and Frank Levering chose to feature…
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Catawba College to Host Graduation Exercises May 13

April 21, 2006
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Events, Students
;;;;View Graduation Information »View Photo Gallery »Catawba College is set to host two graduation exercises on Saturday, May 13 in Keppel Auditorium of the Robertson College-Community Center on campus. But you will need a ticket if you plan to attend. On that day, more than 170 students…
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