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Two Lunch & Learn Sessions Offered at Downtown Catawba

February 24, 2015
Category: Business & Economics, Events
You are invited to “brown bag it” for two free Lunch & Learn sessions at Catawba College’s Downtown Catawba storefront, located in The Plaza at 100 W. Innes Street, Suite 103. Bring your lunch and enjoy two different hour-long sessions with Catawba faculty members. Francis J. Farina, an…
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Author John Hart Comes Home to Salisbury for Catawba’s 2015 Brady Author’s Symposium

February 20, 2015
Category: Events
Bestselling author and North Carolina native John Hart is coming to Salisbury on March 19th.  He will be the featured speaker at Catawba College’s 29th annual Brady Author’s Symposium to be held in the Robertson College-Community Center on campus. Tickets for Hart’s lecture, a seated luncheon, book…
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Catawba Music Department Offers Our Song2 on March 1st

February 19, 2015
Category: Academics, Events, Music, Students
Catawba College's Department of Music presents Our Song2  at 5:30 p.m., Sunday, March 1, in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel.  This is the second of two choral concerts featuring music selected and performed by members of the various choral ensembles at Catawba. Our Song1  was presented last spring, and the…
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Study Reveals Extent of Catawba College's Economic Impact

February 18, 2015
Category: Academics, Alumni, Students
A comprehensive analysis of the economic impact of higher  education in North Carolina has found that Catawba College created $91.3 million of added economic value during the 2012-13  fiscal year. That outstanding total is derived from a combination of Catawba's  operations spending impact ($25.8…
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"That'll Do," Dayna Anderson Says as She Wraps Up a 34-year Teaching Career

February 16, 2015
Category: Academics, Faculty, Theatre Arts
 L-R: Anderson, Fox, Pierce, and Zink Longtime Catawba College Theatre Arts Professor Dayna Anderson will direct the last production before her retirement when the College offers Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" at 7:30 p.m. February 24-28 in Hedrick Little Theatre. Anderson did not personally…
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