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Catawba College Professor Contracted by Oxford University Press to Write Article

September 9, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Politics
Dr. Sanford Silverburg, professor and chair of Political Science at Catawba College, is writing an article, “American Israel Political Affairs Committee (AIPAC),” for the Encyclopedia of the Modern World. The Encyclopedia will be published by Oxford University Press.  Silverburg, who…
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Catawba College Does Its Part for Hurricane Katrina Relief

September 9, 2005
Category: Academics, Students
In the days following Hurricane Katrina’s devastation of the Gulf Coast, members of the Catawba College community have come up with creative ways to help storm victims.  These efforts have allowed faculty, staff and students to be a small part of a larger national effort and to show…
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Catawba Offers Fall Enrollment Opportunities to Students Displaced by Hurricane Katrina

September 9, 2005
Category: Academics
Catawba College offers evening program courses on a block schedule that may conveniently serve students displaced by Hurricane Katrina who have not yet enrolled at other institutions.   Students may enroll in one course at a time for a four-week block.   Blocks begin September 12, October 10, and…
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Catawba College Professor Contracted by Oxford University Press to Write Article

September 9, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Politics
Dr. Sanford Silverburg, professor and chair of Political Science at Catawba College, is writing an article, “American Israel Political Affairs Committee (AIPAC),” for the Encyclopedia of the Modern World. The Encyclopedia will be published by Oxford University Press.  Silverburg, who…
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Catawba College Does Its Part for Hurricane Katrina Relief

September 9, 2005
Category: Academics, Students
In the days following Hurricane Katrina’s devastation of the Gulf Coast, members of the Catawba College community have come up with creative ways to help storm victims.  These efforts have allowed faculty, staff and students to be a small part of a larger national effort and to show…
Read More