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Two Catawba College Professors Make Presentations at Conference

October 17, 2005
Category: Faculty, Mathematics, Students, Teacher Education
Dr. Cynthia Osterhus, an assistant professor of teacher education at Catawba College, recently made a presentation to the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCCTM) Conference in Greensboro.   Her presentation was entitled, “Integrating Technology into Mathematics Methods…
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Two Catawba College Professors Make Presentations at Conference

October 17, 2005
Category: Faculty, Mathematics, Students, Teacher Education
Dr. Cynthia Osterhus, an assistant professor of teacher education at Catawba College, recently made a presentation to the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCCTM) Conference in Greensboro.   Her presentation was entitled, “Integrating Technology into Mathematics Methods…
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Teacher Education Students Participate in Pinning Ceremony

October 13, 2005
Category: Students, Teacher Education
Twenty-five Catawba College students were honored in a pinning ceremony to mark their admission to the Teacher Education Program held Tuesday, October 11 in Tom Smith Auditorium.   The ceremony was sponsored by the Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE) and the Rowan-Salisbury…
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Teacher Education Students Participate in Pinning Ceremony

October 13, 2005
Category: Students, Teacher Education
Twenty-five Catawba College students were honored in a pinning ceremony to mark their admission to the Teacher Education Program held Tuesday, October 11 in Tom Smith Auditorium.   The ceremony was sponsored by the Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE) and the Rowan-Salisbury…
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Catawba College's Teacher Education Program Fares Well on State Performance Report

September 23, 2005
Category: Academics, Faculty, Students, Teacher Education
Catawba College’s Teacher Education Program has received the highest possible rank on the 2004-2005 Institution of Higher Education Performance Report and is judged by the North Carolina State Board of Education as having “met expectations.”   Additionally, Catawba’s…
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