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2005 Catawba College Alumna Earns Master's Degree and Receives Honor

July 16, 2008
Category: Alumni, Religion & Philosophy
Alumna Emily McGaughy '05 of Berkeley, Calif., who majored in religion and philosophy at Catawba, has earned her Master of Divinity degree from the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. At May commencement exercises for the Pacific School of Religion, Emily was one of three students presented with…
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Two Catawba College 2008 Graduates Head to South Korea

June 19, 2008
Category: Alumni, History & Politics, Religion & Philosophy, Sociology
Two Catawba College Alumni from the class of 2008, Jon Rhodes of Virginia Beach, Va. and Aileen Thomson of Burlington, Vt., have accepted positions in South Korea working as English teachers (English as a second language) at private language school operated by Reading Town. The school is…
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Two Catawba College 2008 Graduates Head to South Korea

June 19, 2008
Category: Alumni, History & Politics, Religion & Philosophy, Sociology
Two Catawba College Alumni from the class of 2008, Jon Rhodes of Virginia Beach, Va. and Aileen Thomson of Burlington, Vt., have accepted positions in South Korea working as English teachers (English as a second language) at private language school operated by Reading Town. The school is…
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Catawba ONE Organization Hosts Forum on International Development

March 17, 2008
Category: Events, History & Politics, Religion & Philosophy
Catawba College's Catawba ONE organization will host a forum on international development at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 27 in the Tom Smith Auditorium in the Ketner School of Business. The event will feature speakers Dr. Seth Holtzman, assistant professor of religion and philosophy, and Dr.…
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Catawba ONE Organization Hosts Forum on International Development

March 17, 2008
Category: Events, History & Politics, Religion & Philosophy
Catawba College's Catawba ONE organization will host a forum on international development at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 27 in the Tom Smith Auditorium in the Ketner School of Business. The event will feature speakers Dr. Seth Holtzman, assistant professor of religion and philosophy, and Dr.…
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