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New Chair Named to Catawba College's Ketner School of Business

July 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty
Pamela L. Thompson, an associate professor of business and information systems, has accepted a two-year appointment as chair of Catawba College's Ralph E. Ketner School of Business, effective with the 2006-2007 academic year. Thompson joined the College in 1991 and served as interim chair of the…
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New Scholarship at Catawba College Targets Rising Seniors Majoring in Business

May 9, 2006
Category: Academics, Alumni, Business & Economics, Students
Rising seniors majoring in business administration at Catawba College will be eligible for a new scholarship established by William E. '53 and Virginia Samuels of West End, N.C.The William E. and Virginia Samuels Endowed Scholarship will both recognize and provide financial assistance for a rising…
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New Scholarship at Catawba College Targets Rising Seniors Majoring in Business

May 9, 2006
Category: Academics, Alumni, Business & Economics, Students
Rising seniors majoring in business administration at Catawba College will be eligible for a new scholarship established by William E. '53 and Virginia Samuels of West End, N.C.The William E. and Virginia Samuels Endowed Scholarship will both recognize and provide financial assistance for a rising…
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National Professional Business Fraternity Reactivated at Catawba College

April 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Students
Pi Sigma Epsilon National Professional Fraternity has been reactivated at Catawba College's Ralph Ketner School of Business. Last active on campus in 2000, the professional fraternity's membership will come primarily from marketing and business administration majors, but is also open to students in…
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National Professional Business Fraternity Reactivated at Catawba College

April 25, 2006
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Students
Pi Sigma Epsilon National Professional Fraternity has been reactivated at Catawba College's Ralph Ketner School of Business. Last active on campus in 2000, the professional fraternity's membership will come primarily from marketing and business administration majors, but is also open to students in…
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