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Students Use Marketing Research to "Find a Story" about Visitors to Downtown's Special Events

December 19, 2013
Category: Academics, Business & Economics
Students presented their findings from a marketing research survey conducted in Downtown Salisbury. Catawba College students said they "tried to find a story" as they analyzed the marketing research data they collected from people visiting downtown Salisbury on special themed event nights this…
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Students Learn That Manners Matter

December 9, 2013
Category: Business & Economics, Events, Students
Catawba students were treated to a formal dinner complete with fine china, fancy dishes and all the facts they need to know about proper manners for such an occasion. The Career Services Office, along with the Ketner School of Business, hosted the Manners Matter Dinner. Catawba faculty and staff…
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Students' Research to Tell Why People Visit Downtown Salisbury for Special Events

November 19, 2013
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Events, Students
Catawba College students are getting hands-on experience in marketing research by helping ascertain why people visit downtown Salisbury on special themed event nights. The upper class students, all enrolled in Dr. Phillip Frank's Marketing Research class through the Ketner School of Business, began…
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Catawba College Faculty Member Successfully Defends Doctoral Dissertation

November 12, 2013
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty
Phillip M. Frank, a visiting assistant professor of marketing in Catawba College's Ketner School of Business, has successfully defended his doctoral dissertation at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro's Bryan School of Business and Economics and been awarded his Ph.D. Frank's…
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Two Trustees, One Faculty Member Awarded Emeritus Status

November 8, 2013
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty
Catawba College Trustees voted unanimously to award emeritus status to two of their long-serving members, Claude B. Hampton, Jr. '48 and Patricia Proctor Rendleman '47, both of Salisbury, at their October meeting. Hampton served as Catawba Trustee from 1985-2013, while Rendleman's service was from…
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