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Two Catawba Students Pursue Entrepreneurial Ventures with Help from CEED Lab

March 2, 2017
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Psychology
Two Catawba College students, Madalyn Liefert, a Business major pursuing a concentration in Entrepreneurship, and Francis Grimes, a Psychology major pursuing a minor in Entrepreneurship, have been accepted into the CEED lab, the Catawba Entrepreneurship and Experiential Development lab, on campus.…
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Catawba to Offer K-12 Math Teachers Professional Development Program on March 17

March 2, 2017
Category: Academics, Events, Mathematics
Attention K-12 math teachers! Catawba College will offer a free, national professional development program at 2 p.m. on Friday, March 17 in the Center for the Environment Room 319 on campus.  This program offering, the second scheduled for this academic year, of the newly formed Central N.C. Math…
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Catawba to Host Inaugural Southeastern Intercollegiate Band Clinic

March 1, 2017
Category: Events, Music
The Southeastern Small College / University Band Directors Symposium invites applicants to participate in the inaugural 2017 Southeastern Intercollegiate Band Clinic March 20-21. The clinic will consist of qualified instrumental students from membership institutions and will culminate in a special…
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Five Catawba Science Students Win Yarbrough Research Grants

March 1, 2017
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Events, Students
 L-R: Elizabeth Howard, Jay Bolin, Charles Hutton, ChaMarra Saner, Julianna Herriven, Sue Calcagni, Samantha Miller, Carmony Hartwig, and Jordan Hunt. (Photo: Janet Waggoner) By Shannon Garrick '17 Every spring, many science students take a course entitled "Biological Research Methods," BIOL…
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Dr. Gary Freeze to Be Honored at Conclusion of Local Heritage Study

February 28, 2017
Category: Academics, Events, Faculty, History
A long scholarly odyssey by a Catawba College professor will end Friday, March 3. Historian Gary R. Freeze will be honored with a ceremony in the Corriher-Linn-Black Library on campus to mark the completion of his local heritage study, "The Catawbans," a three-volume chronicle of the history of…
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