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Catawba College Mathematics Professor Makes Presentations

January 31, 2006
Category: Academics, Faculty, Mathematics
Catawba College Mathematics Professor, Dr. Paul Baker, recently presented a paper at the national conference of the School Science and Mathematics Association held in Fort Worth, Texas.   His paper was entitled "Do Two Half-Lives Equal One Whole Life?"  Baker also made several presentations at local…
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Catawba College Professor's Memories and Letters Evolve into Book

December 5, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Mathematics
For almost 20 years, Catawba College Mathematics Professor Dr. Paul Baker repressed memories of the year he spent as an intelligence officer in Vietnam. But while he was recovering from a back operation in 1988, he discovered he "could think about that time" again. And, he realized he had a primary…
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Catawba College Professor's Memories and Letters Evolve into Book

December 5, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Mathematics
For almost 20 years, Catawba College Mathematics Professor Dr. Paul Baker repressed memories of the year he spent as an intelligence officer in Vietnam. But while he was recovering from a back operation in 1988, he discovered he "could think about that time" again. And, he realized he had a primary…
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Catawba College's "Solve This and Win!" Draws Area Math Lovers

November 18, 2005
Category: Academics, Mathematics, Students
"Solve This and Win!" occupies just a small portion of the Catawba College Mathematics Department web pages, but both Catawba students and area math lovers are visiting it   regularly, vying to solve the posted math problem.  The payoff for visitors is mostly intrinsic — they get the…
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Catawba College's "Solve This and Win!" Draws Area Math Lovers

November 18, 2005
Category: Academics, Mathematics, Students
"Solve This and Win!" occupies just a small portion of the Catawba College Mathematics Department web pages, but both Catawba students and area math lovers are visiting it   regularly, vying to solve the posted math problem.  The payoff for visitors is mostly intrinsic — they get the…
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