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Catawba Faculty Member Elected to National Office for Professional Association

August 14, 2015
Category: Business & Economics, Faculty
Dr. Eric Hake, a professor of economics at Catawba College, has been elected Executive Secretary/Treasurer for the Association for Evolutionary Economics.    Having served one five-year term as Secretary of the Association from 2010-2015, he will take on the additional responsibilities as the…
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Catawba Faculty Member Accepts Position as President of Food for Thought Board of Directors

August 3, 2015
Category: Faculty, Psychology
Dr. Erin Wood, an assistant professor of psychology at Catawba College, has just accepted the position of president on the board of directors of a local non-profit backpack program, Food for Thought. She follows Mrs. Paula Mead in the position, and will work closely over the next year with the…
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Catawba Professors Build Chemistry and Art Connections in North Dakota

August 3, 2015
Category: Academics, Chemistry, Faculty, Students, Theatre Arts
Two Catawba College faculty members recently attended a summer workshop at Bismarck State College in Bismarck, North Dakota. Chemistry Professor Dr. Carol Anne Miderski and Art Professor Ashley Pierce attended the workshop made possible through Chemistry Collaborations, Workshops and…
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Catawba College Theatre Arts Opens ’15-’16 Season with a Production of Barrymore

July 29, 2015
Category: Events, Faculty, Theatre Arts
In an upcoming production, local actor, author, and Catawba College Professor Kurt Corriher will portray the legendary John Barrymore in a play titled simply Barrymore.  According to this show’s director, Craig Kolkebeck, Catawba College’s Scene Shop Manager and Adjunct Theatre Instructor, the…
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Catawba College Appoints New Dean of Its Ketner School of Business

July 28, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty
Catawba College has appointed a new Dean for its Ralph W. Ketner School of Business. College President Brien Lewis announced that Jay Abraham of Mooresville, North Carolina, will succeed Dr. Pamela Thompson, who will return to faculty ranks in the Ketner School of Business. Abraham begins work on…
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