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Graduating Seniors Share Plans for Their Lives after Catawba

June 17, 2014
Category: Academics, Alumni
Catawba College learned plenty about what its graduates are doing after college when the Office of Student Affairs e-mailed them a link to an online survey in mid-May. One hundred and seventy eight of Catawba’s 287-member Class of 2014 completed the survey, allowing the college to capture data on…
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Grant to Catawba Will Provide Scholarships for Qualified Students from Rowan and Davie Counties

June 11, 2014
Category: Academics, Gifts, Students
Thanks to a $72,000 grant from the Margaret C. Woodson Foundation, Inc., Catawba College will be able to assist almost 200 returning and new students from Rowan and Davie counties who are in need of financial aid during the 2014-2015 academic year. These grant funds will be used as scholarships for…
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Catawba Bids Farewell to Dr. Mark Sabo

June 11, 2014
Category: Academics, Chemistry, Faculty
Dr. Mark Sabo resigned from Catawba's faculty at the end of the '13-'14 academic year to accept a position as professor of forensic science at Tiffin University in northwest Ohio.   Dr. Sabo joined Catawba as an assistant professor of chemistry in 1998 and was named a full professor in 2008. He has…
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75th Consecutive Session of Tar Heel Girls State to Be Held at Catawba College

June 10, 2014
Category: Events
June 15-21 will be the 75th consecutive year of Tar Heel Girls State, and for the thirteenth year, Catawba College will host the weeklong session. At the annual event, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of North Carolina, several hundred girls from across North Carolina, all…
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Tar Heel Boys’ State at Catawba College June 22-28

June 10, 2014
Category: Events
Catawba College will host the 75th annual session of Tar Heel Boys’ State June 22-28.  This is the tenth consecutive year that the weeklong event has been held on campus and approximately 300 participants, all rising high school seniors from North Carolina, are expected. Notable state leaders…
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