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Catawba College Joins Billion Dollar Green Challenge

July 24, 2012
Category: Environmental Science, Staff
Catawba College upped its institutional commitment to sustainability recently by agreeing to create a green revolving fund that will loan money to finance on-campus investments in clean energy and efficiency projects. With this commitment, Catawba joins 41 other institutions, mainly colleges and…
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National Environmental Summit: Learning to Use Talents to Make a Difference

July 13, 2012
Category: Environmental Science, Events
High school students from across the country converged on the Catawba College campus in Salisbury on July 9 to explore how they can use their interests and talents to make a difference in the world.Several local students are participating at the summit: Emily Boone of Kannapolis, Zahra Khan of China…
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Deadline Extended for National Environmental Summit for High School Students

May 16, 2012
Category: Environmental Science, Events
The deadline to apply for the 2012 National Environmental Summit for High School Students has been extended to June 14.The event, "Redesigning Our Future," is an intensive experience which is open to high school students who will be juniors and seniors in the 2012-2013 academic year. It will be held…
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Center for Environment Wins N.C. Mobile CARE Award

April 20, 2012
Category: Academics, Environmental Science, Staff
The Center for the Environment at Catawba College received one of four 2012 N.C. Mobile Clean Air Renewable Energy (CARE) Awards from the N.C. Solar Center/N.C. State University on April 20 at the 9th Annual Sustainable Energy Conference in Raleigh. The Center's Campaign for Clean Air was the…
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Catawba College Cited as One of Nation's 322 Green Colleges

April 17, 2012
Category: Environmental Science, Staff, Students
Catawba College is one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the U.S.A. and Canada, according to The Princeton Review ( Salisbury, North Carolina-based college was one of 322 schools included in the third annual edition of "The Princeton Review's Guide to…
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