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Catawba Center for Environment To Be Rebroadcast on PBS Program

April 21, 2006
Category: Environmental Science, Events
Catawba College's Environmental Science Program and Center for the Environment will be featured soon on PBS's "Simple Living with Wanda Urbanska." The TV crew filmed footage on campus in April for the fall program. Urbanska, the host and co-producer, said she and Frank Levering chose to feature…
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Catawba Center for Environment To Be Rebroadcast on PBS Program

April 21, 2006
Category: Environmental Science, Events
Catawba College's Environmental Science Program and Center for the Environment will be featured soon on PBS's "Simple Living with Wanda Urbanska." The TV crew filmed footage on campus in April for the fall program. Urbanska, the host and co-producer, said she and Frank Levering chose to feature…
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Clean Air Conference Draws Participants from Across State

April 10, 2006
Category: Environmental Science
By Scott Jenkins EDITOR’S NOTE: This story appeared in the March 23, 2006, issue of the Salisbury Post.N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary William Ross summed up air quality and other environmental concerns March 22 with an analogy by scholar Jared Diamond: It's a…
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Clean Air Conference Draws Participants from Across State

April 10, 2006
Category: Environmental Science
By Scott Jenkins EDITOR’S NOTE: This story appeared in the March 23, 2006, issue of the Salisbury Post.N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary William Ross summed up air quality and other environmental concerns March 22 with an analogy by scholar Jared Diamond: It's a…
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Alcoa Foundation Presents Initial Grant to Launch Program

April 4, 2006
Category: Academics, Environmental Science
The Catawba College Center for the Environment announced today the creation of the Sustainable Communities Leadership Institute with an initial grant from the Alcoa Foundation.The foundation awarded the Center for the Environment $50,000 to help fund and promote the institute, which is designed to…
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