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Catawba College Dean's List Announced

January 6, 2016
Category: Academics, Students
A total of 305 students have been named to the Dean's List for the 2015 Fall semester at Catawba College, according to Dr. J. Michael Bitzer, Provost of the College. Students named to the Dean's List have achieved a 3.5 grade point average in 15 or more semester hours (the list below is also…
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Third Station Acquisition by the Catawba Foundation Results in Rowan-Cabarrus Radio

January 5, 2016
Category: Academics, Communication Arts, Events, Staff, Students
The Catawba Foundation has acquired a third radio station, WTIX of Concord, 1410 AM. The newest acquisition is a 1000 watt radio station that first signed on the air in 1942. The sale of WTIX was announced by the Federal Communications Commission in mid-December. Two AM stations in Salisbury, WSAT…
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New Signage Helps Visitors Find Their Way to Catawba

January 4, 2016
“Not all who wander are lost,” J.R.R. Tolkien wrote.  However, those who are wandering will likely appreciate Salisbury’s new wayfinding signs as they use them to locate Catawba College. Catawba administrators are thrilled because they say the signs will help make the College more accessible,…
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Catawba College Alumnus Appointed Colonel by Governor Haley

December 28, 2015
Category: Alumni
Dr. Charles T. Muse, Class of 1968, was recently appointed by Governor Nikki Haley of South Carolina a Colonel in the State guard of South Carolina. Dr. Muse was appointed because of his vast experience in logistics and organizational restructuring during his 31 years of active and reserve duty in…
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Friend-Raiser Changing Longtime Role at Catawba

December 18, 2015
Category: Alumni, Staff
Margaret Wilson Faust '89, a self-described friend-raiser of fund-raising at Catawba, will soon transition out of her role as Director of Alumni and Parent Relations to assume responsibilities as Assistant Vice President, Donor Relations at the College. Although she is excited for the opportunity…
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