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Mathematics Honor Society Inducts Members

April 26, 2010
Category: Academics, Events, Mathematics, Students
The Catawba College Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, the mathematics honor society, inducted new members during an April 21 ceremony held in Ketner Hall on campus. Inductees include Spencer Ashley of Yadkinville; Dustin Craft of China Grove; Deon Cuffie-Joseph of Miramar, Fla.; Lori Fraley of Cleveland;…
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Catawba Mathematics Professor Makes Presentations

April 13, 2010
Category: Faculty, Mathematics
Catawba College mathematics professor, Dr. Paul Baker, chaired the Professional Session at the Southeast Regional Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America held March 26 at Elon University. During that session, Baker presented "Basic Operations on Khmer Numbers."On March 16, Dr. Baker was a…
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Local Students Qualify for Regional Mathematics Contests

March 26, 2010
Category: Events, Mathematics
Local students were among the 124 students participating in the N.C. Council of Teachers of Mathematics state contests that Catawba College hosted on Thursday, March 25, 2010. Tests in Algebra I and Geometry were administered by the Catawba College Mathematics Department and the top seven students…
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Catawba College Mathematics Department to Sponsor Annual Contests

February 5, 2010
Category: Events, Mathematics
Catawba College's Mathematics Department will be sponsoring the eighth annual North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Contests on Thursday, March 25, 2010. Catawba will be a qualifying site for the Algebra I, Geometry contests, and local students who are in (or have taken) Algebra I or…
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Internship Experiences Include Math, Alternative Rock, Even Bats

November 3, 2009
Category: Academics, Biology, Mathematics, Music, Politics, Students
By Susan Shinn, Catawba College News Service  What do mathematics, alternative rock, bats and the N.C. Transportation Museum all have in common?Students at Catawba College had summer internships related to these topics. Four students shared their experiences in a colloquium Oct. 29 in Ketner…
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