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Catawba College and NCRC Launch a Win-Win Business Development Partnership

March 13, 2017
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Events, Students
A Catawba College Information Systems class is creating a searchable database to help the Kannapolis-based North Carolina Research Campus (NCRC) and the scientists at its eight university research centers target their business development efforts to companies in need of nutrition research. The…
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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 Students Learn the Drill as SFD Interns

February 20, 2017
Category: Academics, Biology, Business & Economics, Sport & Health Sciences
 Ransone (right) training with the Ladder 1 crew on hydrant catches Several Catawba College students with experience and an interest in firefighting and emergency response are now interning with the City of Salisbury's Fire Department.  Junior Joe Ransone of Selbyville, Del., a volunteer…
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CMS Internship Helps Prep Catawba Senior for Real World

January 13, 2017
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Communication Arts, Students
Catawba College senior Melody Daggett credits her internship at Charlotte Motor Speedway with helping her get real world ready.  This Winchester, Virginia native has spent her life around cars, car shows and races, but her internship with CMS’s Director of Communications Scott Cooper has been…
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Catawba Student Shares Experiences from Cambodia

December 15, 2016
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Students
Catawba senior Shannon Morton of Millington, Md. is a double major in Economics & Finance and Accounting.  An honors student, she is working on a thesis on microfinance and economic development with Dr. Eric Hake, professor of economics and chair of the Department of Business, serving as the…
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