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Four Catawba College Mathematics Professors Author Textbook

September 4, 2007
Category: Faculty, Mathematics
Four faculty members in the Catawba College Mathematics Department have collaborated to author a textbook being used in two courses this semester. "Principles of Mathematics," a general education text which requires only high school algebra as a prerequisite, is being used in two sections of…
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Catawba College Host Mathematics Competition Qualifying Event

April 4, 2007
Category: Events, Mathematics
Thursday, March 29, marked the fifth year that Catawba College served as a qualifying site for the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics state contests. The top 10 percent of participants in Algebra I and Geometry competition advanced to the regional finals held either at UNC-Greensboro…
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Catawba College Host Mathematics Competition Qualifying Event

April 4, 2007
Category: Events, Mathematics
Thursday, March 29, marked the fifth year that Catawba College served as a qualifying site for the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics state contests. The top 10 percent of participants in Algebra I and Geometry competition advanced to the regional finals held either at UNC-Greensboro…
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Catawba Mathematics Professor Presents Paper

January 17, 2007
Category: Academics, Faculty, Mathematics
Dr. Sharon Sullivan, assistant professor of mathematics at Catawba College, recently presented a paper at the national Joint Mathematical Association of America and the American Mathematical Society meeting in New Orleans. She presented her paper entitled, Counting Isomorphic (16,6,2) Configurations…
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Catawba Mathematics Professor Presents Paper

January 17, 2007
Category: Academics, Faculty, Mathematics
Dr. Sharon Sullivan, assistant professor of mathematics at Catawba College, recently presented a paper at the national Joint Mathematical Association of America and the American Mathematical Society meeting in New Orleans. She presented her paper entitled, Counting Isomorphic (16,6,2) Configurations…
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