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Catawba Professor Completes Consultation Project with Macmillan Publishers

January 13, 2015
Category: Academics, Faculty, Mathematics
Dr. Paul Baker, a Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Catawba College, recently completed a six-month consultation project with Macmillan Publishers. In conjunction with Stephen Kokoska’s new edition of Introductory Statistics, Baker developed an extensive question-and-answer data bank…
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Catawba College Dean's List Announced

January 13, 2015
Category: Academics, Students
A total of 311 students have been named to the Dean's List for the 2014 Fall semester at Catawba College, according to Dr. J. Michael Bitzer, Provost of the College. Students named to the Dean's List have achieved a 3.5 grade point average in 15 or more semester hours (the list below is also…
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Former Catawba Basketball Players Lead Effort to Upgrade Abernethy P.E. Center, Goodman Gym

January 12, 2015
Category: Alumni, Athletics, Gifts, Sport & Health Sciences, Staff
 L-R: Bill Haggerty ’79, Steve Harkins ’77, Chuck Farthing ’75, Marvin Francis ’79, Carlton White ’76, Dan Ghent ’75, David Faulkner ’75, Dr. Randy Crumpler ’75, Tom Dennard ’77, Coach Sam Moir,  Dr. Mike Mayhew ’75, Tom Childress ’64 and Tom Bonebrake ’75 (not pictured). "Now's the time to…
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Catawba's Head Athletic Trainer to Be Inducted into the MAATA Athletic Trainer Hall of Fame

January 12, 2015
Category: Academics, Faculty, Sport & Health Sciences
Robert Casmus, head athletic trainer at Catawba College, will be honored by the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association (MAATA) when he is inducted into that organization's Athletic Trainer Hall of Fame in May. Casmus was notified of his pending induction in a December 2014 letter. The…
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Catawba Biology Professor Travels to the Land of Frankincense, Oman, for Botanical Research

January 9, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Faculty
To some, Dr. Jay Bolin’s two-week trip to Oman at the end of fall semester seemed dangerous, to others, so worth it because after all, it was for science. Bolin, an assistant professor of biology at Catawba College, visited the country located on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula to…
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