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Maple [Sugaring] Days Return to Catawba College Campus

February 6, 2019

Categories: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Students

On an unseasonable warm Carolina winter day with bluebird skies, Catawba College students participated in the second Catawba Maple Days, an event where students learn about and make local maple syrup. Typically, the sap runs best in maples when the mornings begin with frost on the ground and the…

Catawba College Lacrosse Player Featured in ESPN Documentary Appears on Steve Harvey Show

January 8, 2019

Categories: Athletics, Biology, Events, Students

Catawba College junior lacrosse player Xavier Hare of Charlotte who appeared in the ESPN documentary, “Crossroads,” this past August 23rd, was on television again this week. Xavier and two of his high school lacrosse teammates and their coach and mentor, Bobby Selkin, appeared on The Steve…

2000 Catawba Alumnus and Neonatologist Awarded $3 Million Research Grant from NIH

January 7, 2019

Categories: Alumni, Biology, Chemistry, History

Catawba College alumnus Dr. Jonathan Slaughter ’00, a Neonatologist and Research Principal Investigator at Nationwide Children's Hospital and The Ohio State University, was recently awarded a five-year, $3 million research grant from the National Institutes of Health to help neonatal caregivers…

Recent Professional Achievements of Catawba College Faculty

January 4, 2019

Categories: Academics, Biology, Business & Economics, Communication Arts, English, History, Nursing, Psychology, Sociology, Sport & Health Sciences, Teacher Education, Technology, Theatre Arts

Over the fall semester, Catawba College faculty members had papers published or accepted for publication, attended professional conferences and made presentations, and enjoyed achievements outside the college. Details of their accomplishments follow. Dr. Alison Atwater, Assistant Professor of…

2014 Alumna Awarded Research Fellowship

January 2, 2019

Categories: Academics, Alumni, Biology, Chemistry

Catawba College alumna Kathryn Heidt ’14 of Salisbury, a student at Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, S.C., was recently awarded a Research Fellowship from the Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation (FVS).  The Research Fellowship focuses on Best Practices & Guideline Development for…

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