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Catawba College Professor Has Article Accepted for Publication

August 31, 2005
Category: Business & Economics, Faculty
Dr. Andrew Morris, Associate Professor of Management in the Ketner School of Business along with co-authors from Western Carolina University and Université du Québec à Montréal had accepted for publication an article entitled, "Bringing Humility to Leadership:   Antecedents and…
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Family Continues Tradition of Establishing Scholarships at Catawba College

August 31, 2005
Category: Academics, Alumni, Students
Mark Frantz and wife Megan of Arlington, Va. thought a perfect way to celebrate their own first-year wedding anniversary on May 8, 2005 would be to establish a scholarship at Catawba College in honor of Mark’s parents.   So, now, there is the Jack and Shirley Frantz Endowed Scholarship, a…
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Catawba Center for Environment Brings Montana Exec to Salisbury

August 26, 2005
Category: Environmental Science
What brings a woman who is second in command at a large environmental organization in Montana to Salisbury, N.C.? The answer: the Catawba College Center for the Environment.Willa Mays recently joined the center to direct development efforts and assist Center Director John Wear with environmental…
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Catawba College Professor Gathers Books, Departs for Kiev, Ukraine

August 26, 2005
Category: Academics, English, Faculty
“My books are U-books,” has been the mantra recently of Dr. Phillip Acree Cavalier, associate professor of English and assistant dean of Catawba College.   That’s because Acree Cavalier knows that the “U” stands for Ukraine, a place he and family will spend the next 10…
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National President of Republicans for Environmental Protection to Speak

August 26, 2005
Category: Environmental Science, Students
The national president of Republicans for Environmental Protection will speak at the Catawba College Center for the Environment building on Monday, Sept. 12.Martha Marks, president of REP America, will deliver a presentation entitled “Conservatively Speaking” at 7:15 p.m. in Room 300. A…
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