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Catawba College Faculty Continue to Present, Publish Papers, and Enjoy Professional Achievements

November 3, 2017
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Communication Arts, English, Environmental Science, Faculty, History, Nursing, Politics, Sociology, Sport & Health Sciences, Students
Catawba College faculty members continue to have scholarly papers published or accepted for publication, or have enjoyed professional achievements outside the college. Following are details of their accomplishments. Dr. Forrest Anderson, Associate Professor of English, Associate Provost for Student…
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Catawba College Awarded for Extraordinary Professional Programming

July 28, 2017
Category: Academics, Alumni, Business & Economics, Communication Arts, Students, Teacher Education
National guide for colleges endorses schools for holistic professional education Already recognized by Colleges of Distinction for its innovative approach to education, Catawba College has been honored further for its expert blending of the liberal arts with professional programming in Business and…
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Catawba Student at the U.S. Open in Erin Hills

June 5, 2017
Category: Academics, Athletics, Communication Arts, Students
Catawba College student athlete Victoria Hedrick of Lexington, N.C., is having the internship of a lifetime this summer.  This golfer, an Integrated Marketing Communication major, landed a choice internship with the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills Country Club in Erin, Wisconsin. Hedrick’s experience…
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Friendships Time Cannot Outwear: Lifelong Friends Graduate from Fair Catawba

May 13, 2017
Category: Academics, Alumni, Communication Arts, Events, Students
By Cyndi Wittum  Beal and Davis The Reverend Dr. Kenneth Clapp ’70, Senior Vice President and Chaplain of Catawba College, said he could not take credit for the rain stopping in time for graduation. It had been a gully washer going into the big day when the Class of 2017 crossed the stage with…
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Catawba Students Will Tickle Our Ivories – and Our Funny Bones

May 1, 2017
Category: Communication Arts, Events, Students, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts
Friday, May 5, is the kick-off for the third annual grand unveiling of the Come Tickle Our Ivories Project by the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra.  The project involves decorated pianos displayed at various storefronts downtown and remain throughout the years, available for passersby to play a quick…
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