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Catawba College Professor Serves as Editor for Publication

June 15, 2006

Categories: Academics, Biology, Faculty

Dr. Michael Baranski, a Catawba College biology professor, served as editor for "The Proceedings of the Andre Michaux International Symposium," which was published and distributed in late May. The 237-page "Proceedings" appear in "Occasional Papers in Eastern Botany," a supplement to "CASTANEA, The…

Catawba College Students See Different World through New Electron Microscopes

April 20, 2005

Categories: Academics, Biology, Students

“To be surprised, to wonder, is to begin to understand.”Jose Ortega Y Gasset (1930) ;Jhetovi Gease of Warrenton is the curious type.   In the electron microscopy course he is taking this spring at Catawba College with Biology Professor Dr. Steve Coggin, Jhetovi has gathered all kinds of…

Catawba College Students See Different World through New Electron Microscopes

April 20, 2005

Categories: Academics, Biology, Students

“To be surprised, to wonder, is to begin to understand.”Jose Ortega Y Gasset (1930) ;Jhetovi Gease of Warrenton is the curious type.   In the electron microscopy course he is taking this spring at Catawba College with Biology Professor Dr. Steve Coggin, Jhetovi has gathered all kinds of…

Students Receive Research Grants

November 10, 2004

Categories: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Students

Four Catawba College students have received grants from the Beta Beta Beta Research Foundation to support their senior research.Ashley Wilhelm of Cleveland received $488.17 and Jennifer Pickler of Liberty received $421.50 to support their research. Both of these students are being mentored by…

Students Receive Research Grants

November 10, 2004

Categories: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Students

Four Catawba College students have received grants from the Beta Beta Beta Research Foundation to support their senior research.Ashley Wilhelm of Cleveland received $488.17 and Jennifer Pickler of Liberty received $421.50 to support their research. Both of these students are being mentored by…