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Catawba's Annual Awards Convocation Recognizes Achievements of Students, Faculty and Staff

April 24, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Business & Economics, Chemistry, Communication Arts, English, Environmental Science, Events, Faculty, History & Politics, Mathematics, Music, Psychology, Religion & Philosophy, Sociology, Sport & Health Sciences, Staff, Students, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts
 Award recipients for the 2014-2015 academic year  Catawba's awards are eco-friendly and made of Catawba blue, 100% recycled glass. Catawba College's annual Awards Convocation was again a time to recognize and celebrate student, faculty and staff achievements. Members of the campus…
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Dr. Gary Freeze Finishing Third Volume on Catawba County’s History

March 11, 2015
Category: Faculty, History & Politics
By Mark Freeze, Catawba student Before he was even employed by Catawba College, historian Gary Freeze was commissioned by Catawba County to write the chronicle of that county's history. This year, he's putting the finishing touches on the third, and final volume of the series, which covers the…
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Catawba Provost Recognized by Rowan County Chamber of Commerce

January 23, 2015
Category: Academics, Faculty, History & Politics
Dr. J. Michael Bitzer, Catawba College's Provost, was honored as the recipient of the Duke Energy Citizenship and Service Award by the Rowan County Chamber of Commerce at its 89th Annual Gala held January 22 on the Catawba campus. The Duke Energy Citizenship and Service Award honors a Rowan Chamber…
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Catawba College Alumnus Elected Mayor Pro-Tem of Kannapolis

November 24, 2014
Category: Alumni, History & Politics
Ryan G. Dayvault, a 2008 Catawba College graduate and current member of the Kannapolis City Council, was elected as the new Mayor Pro-Tem for the City of Kannapolis on November 24, 2014. Congratulations, Ryan!
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Bitzer’s Crystal Ball: The Upcoming Election

October 7, 2014
Category: Events, Faculty, History & Politics
This year’s mid-term election continues a pattern from the past few campaign cycles, most notably with North Carolina once again a crucial state in determining winners and losers at the national level. Control of the U.S. Senate hangs in the balance in the Tar Heel state, which has seen a dead-even…
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