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Catawba's Center for the Environment Assumes Leadership of N.C. Green Schools Program

December 11, 2015
Category: Environmental Science
The Center for the Environment at Catawba College has assumed the leadership of the N.C. Green Schools program, a nonprofit organization that promotes sustainability in the state's schools from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. The Reading, Riding Retrofit: N.C. Green Schools Program began in…
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'77 Catawba Alumnus Recognized as Being Influential Leader

December 10, 2015
Category: Alumni
Catawba College alumnus Steve Harkins '77 has been named as one of the Top 20 Most Influential Leaders in Upstate South Carolina by the Greenville Spartanburg Area's readership.  Harkins, who lives in Greenville, S.C., and chairs the Board of Visitors at Catawba College, is President/CEO of SC Telco…
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Catawba's Landmark Solar Project Uncommon

December 9, 2015
Category: Environmental Science
Catawba College's landmark solar installation is garnering attention for a number of reasons. One is that it is mounted only on existing rooftops and parking lots. That is uncommon, according to Mike Nicklaus, president of Innovative Design, the project's consultant and facilitator. More often,…
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Catawba Students Learn about Red Wolf Reintroduction Efforts in N.C.

December 9, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Events, Students
By Joel Schlaudt '17 Students from Catawba College recently had an opportunity to take a trip to Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge to learn about the Red Wolf reintroduction efforts. The Red Wolf (Canis rufus) has been a unique species in conservation efforts. It is recognized as the first…
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Student/Faculty Interaction Continues as a Catawba College Hallmark According to 2015 NSSE

December 7, 2015
Category: Academics, Students
Again in 2015, Catawba College students report that they interact with faculty at a higher rate than students at other Southeast Private institutions and are developing the critical skills wanted by today's employers. This student/faculty interaction was documented in responses that first-year and…
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