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Citizens or Consumers? The Re-imagination of Adulthood for a Changing World

February 24, 2005
Category: Events
For over 16 years, Dr. Sharon Daloz Parks served as a member of the faculty and a researcher at Harvard University’s Schools of Divinity, Business, and the Kennedy School of Government.   She is currently an associate director and member of the faculty at the Whidbey Institute in Clinton,…
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Citizens or Consumers? The Re-imagination of Adulthood for a Changing World

February 24, 2005
Category: Events
For over 16 years, Dr. Sharon Daloz Parks served as a member of the faculty and a researcher at Harvard University’s Schools of Divinity, Business, and the Kennedy School of Government.   She is currently an associate director and member of the faculty at the Whidbey Institute in Clinton,…
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Catawba College Professors Outside the Classroom

February 23, 2005
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty, Mathematics
Dr. Paul Baker, a Catawba College mathematics professor, recently made a presentation to the Rowan County Ministerial Association about his mission trips to Russia and Cambodia.   He also delivered the sermon at St. John’s United Church of Christ in Kannapolis on Feb. 13, along with the sermon…
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Classic Arts Duo featured in Catawba College's Tuesday 515 Music Series

February 23, 2005
Category: Music
The Catawba College Tuesday Music 515 performance for March 15, 2005, will feature The Classic Arts Duo – an innovative pairing of violin and classical guitar.   The free, 30-minute program will begin at 5:15 p.m. in the Omwake Dearborn Chapel on campus and will include selections by such…
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Catawba College Professor and Two Students Participate in Writing Conference

February 23, 2005
Category: Academics, English
Three members of the Catawba College community took part in the Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference in Charleston, South Carolina, which took place February 10-12.   Two students, who work as tutors at the Catawba College Writing Center, Nneka Campbell of Salisbury, a senior English…
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