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Catawba College to Use 3D Printing to Enhance Student Learning

February 7, 2020

Categories: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Students, Technology

Dr. Carmony Hartwig and Amanda Bosch held a faculty symposium at Catawba College Friday afternoon to show how 3D printing can be used in the classroom. The presentation showed how the process worked, from starting with just an idea to having it printed and in hand. The library has developed a…

RCCC, Catawba College Sign Historic ‘Learn Local, Grow Local’ Transfer Agreement on Monday

January 31, 2020

Categories: Academics, Biology, Business & Economics, Chemistry, Communication Arts, Environmental Science, Evening & Graduate, Mathematics, Nursing, Psychology, Sociology, Sport & Health Sciences, Teacher Education

Catawba College and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College are making history with their new Learn Local, Grow Local program that will provide graduates from Rowan-Cabarrus guaranteed admission to Catawba College and transfer with junior standing into more than 30 different programs. Additionally, Catawba…

Catawba College Biology Students Receive Two of Four Academy of Sciences Grants

October 18, 2019

Categories: Academics, Biology, Students

Three students in the Catawba College Biology Program have been awarded North Carolina Academy of Sciences (NCAS) Yarbrough awards for the 2019-2020 academic year. The state-wide grant offers opportunities for research, and the Catawba students received two of the four grants awarded. Austin…

Catawba College Conservation Biology Students Study Elk at National Park

October 16, 2019

Categories: Academics, Biology, Events, Students

Students in the Conservation Biology class at Catawba College visited Great Smoky Mountains National Park this month to learn about elk conservation. The students camped for two nights in the park and learned about elk research from a wildlife scientist who studies wildlife in the park and in…

Catawba College Students Assist with Crayfish Documentation

September 24, 2019

Categories: Academics, Biology, Students

Catawba College students in the Conservation Biology class assisted a research scientist from the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences on a project to document crayfish diversity in North Carolina. The students visited stream sites near Kannapolis and Concord, where they searched for crayfish…

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