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Catawba’s Title IX Administrator Participates in Panel at WFU

February 20, 2017
Category: Events, Faculty, Psychology
Dr. Erin Wood, Catawba College’s Title IX Administrator and Associate Professor of Psychology, was tapped to participate in a Feb. 17th panel discussion entitled “Community Complexities” at Wake Forest University.  Dr. Wood, along with representatives from Duke and Wake Forest Universities, shared…
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Catawba Student's Environmental Passion Began with Camp

February 17, 2017
Category: Environmental Science, Events, Students
By Hannah Davis '17  As a Catawba College student As a Rowan County native, Macayla Upright was no stranger to Catawba College when it came time for her to decide where to go after high school. In fact, she can even recall sitting in the back seat as her mom drove through the college campus…
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Catawba College is among 22 of N.C.'s Independent College to Debate Ethics in Law

February 15, 2017
Category: Academics, Events, Students
"Professional Responsibilities, Legal Liability, and Humane Treatment," "Individual Rights vs. Community Standards" and "Corporate Ethics in International Contexts" are just a few of the possible topics that will be debated when teams from 22 private colleges participate in North Carolina…
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Making a Big Difference, One Fill Up at a Time

February 13, 2017
Category: Events, Students
   This water bottle filling station is marking its one year anniversary. (Photo: Joel Schlaudt '17) The water bottle filling station in the Cannon Student Center is marking its one year anniversary. The station was funded by the Catawba College Student Government's Finance Committee.…
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Catawba's American Chemical Society Says Give Your Valentine a Microbe on Feb. 14

February 13, 2017
Category: Academics, Chemistry, Events, Students
By Cyndi Allison Your academic major may lend itself to gifting your loved one at Valentine's Day. Maybe you are a music major and can sing your boyfriend/girlfriend a song, or an English major could write a personal poem filled with declarations of everlasting love. Then there are the science…
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