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Alcoa Foundation Presents Initial Grant to Launch Program

April 4, 2006
Category: Academics, Environmental Science
The Catawba College Center for the Environment announced today the creation of the Sustainable Communities Leadership Institute with an initial grant from the Alcoa Foundation.The foundation awarded the Center for the Environment $50,000 to help fund and promote the institute, which is designed to…
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Catawba's Music 515 Series Presents "A Tribute to Mozart"

April 4, 2006
Category: Academics, Events, Music
This academic year's final performance of Catawba College's Music 515 Series is slated at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 in the Omwake Dearborn Chapel on campus. The performance will be a tribute to Mozart in his 250th anniversary year and features members of the Catawba Department of Music and the…
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Catawba College Students Place in Poetry Competition

April 3, 2006
Category: Academics, Students
Three Catawba College students have been chosen as runners-up for the 2006 Anthony Abbott Poetry Competition for North Carolina Undergraduate Writers sponsored by the Charlotte Writers Club. Each received a $50 award and read their winning poems on March 18 at the CPCC Spring Literary Festival in…
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Catawba College Student and Faculty Member Serve as Delegates at Convention

April 3, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, Politics, Students
A Catawba College student and faculty member served as official delegates to the Alpha Chi Region III Convention held March 23-25 in Wilmington. Senior Ray Porter of Salisbury and Dr. Charlie McAllister, a professor of history, were the delegates, representing Catawba's N.C. Omicron Chapter of Alpha…
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Catawba College Faculty and Students Attend N.C. Academy of Science Annual Meeting

April 3, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, Students
Catawba College students and a faculty member attended and participated in the 103rd annual meeting of the N.C. Academy of Science held March 24-25 at Bennett College for Women in Greensboro.Senior Richard Bergeron of Florence, N.J., an environmental science major, presented a paper in the botany…
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