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Mooresville Couple Establishes New Scholarship at Catawba College

January 12, 2006
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Students
;A 1998 Catawba College alumnus and his wife have established a scholarship at the institution.   Preference for the J. Trent and Ruth K. Newell Endowed Scholarship will be given to a member of the football team who is majoring in business and is involved in volunteerism. "We are so proud that Trent…
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A New Look at Old Catawba

January 4, 2006
Category: Academics
Catawba College was already over 70 years old when the school opened its doors in Salisbury in 1925. The drama of Catawba's early years was played out at the institution's birthplace in Newton, North Carolina. The late Dr. William F. Palmer, a Catawba College professor emeritus of education, was…
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A New Look at Old Catawba

January 4, 2006
Category: Academics
Catawba College was already over 70 years old when the school opened its doors in Salisbury in 1925. The drama of Catawba's early years was played out at the institution's birthplace in Newton, North Carolina. The late Dr. William F. Palmer, a Catawba College professor emeritus of education, was…
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Catawba College Announces Interim Chair of Ketner School of Business

January 3, 2006
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty
Ms. Pamela Thompson, associate professor of business administration/information systems at Catawba College, has agreed to serve as interim chair of the Ketner School of Business for spring semester 2006. Thompson, a member of the Catawba faculty since 1991, earned both her bachelor's degree in…
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Catawba College Student and Professor Have Paper Published

January 3, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, Psychology, Students
Catawba College student Cathrine Balentine of Charlotte, a senior psychology major, and Dr. Sheila Brownlow, professor of psychology, have collaborated to produce a research paper which has been accepted for publication.Their paper, "Does Making Salient Task Relevance to Group Affiliation Decrease…
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