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Catawba College History Professor Making News

March 31, 2014
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
Dr. Gary Freeze, professor of history at Catawba College, has had several recent accomplishments. He was the guest speaker at the fiftieth anniversary of the Newton-Conover Rotary Club in January, with a talk focused on community contributions by Catawba’s benefactors during the Cold War era,…
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Catawba College Unveils New Website

March 14, 2014
Category: Alumni, Events, Faculty, Staff, Students, Technology
Catawba's New Website       Catawba's Former Website After many months of planning, collaboration and development, Catawba College launched its newly redesigned website on March 14. The redesign process, which included the migration of thousands of pages of content, began in early 2013.…
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Catawba Faculty Member to Speak at Pepperdine University

March 11, 2014
Category: English, Faculty
Dr. Forrest Anderson, an assistant professor of English at Catawba College, will speak at Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif., during Catawba's spring break (March 10-14).  He will speak about his work as an archivist for the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, Robert Olen Butler.  Anderson joined…
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Catawba Faculty Members Receive Tenure and Promotions

March 11, 2014
Category: Academics, English, Faculty, History & Politics, Sport & Health Sciences
Two Catawba College faculty members have been granted tenure and two are being promoted by a unanimous vote of the College Board of Trustees. These tenure and promotions will be effective with the 2014-2015 academic year. Hand Dr. Jim Hand, assistant professor and director of Athletic Training…
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Robertson College-Community Center Marks Its 50th Anniversary

February 28, 2014
Category: Events, Faculty, Theatre Arts
If the walls of the Robertson College-Community Center on Catawba College's campus could talk, they'd tell of laughter, tears, music, celebration, and the staged and real comedies and tragedies that have occurred over the past half century in both the campus community and the Rowan-Salisbury…
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