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College News

'84 Alumnus Running for Congressional Seat

January 27, 2010

Categories: Alumni, Chemistry

Catawba College Alumnus Scott Robinson '84 of Tappahannock, Va., has entered the race as a Democrat for his state's First Congressional District. His campaign focus is to bring accountability to federal government and he is committed to balancing the federal budget and promoting pro-growth…

Catawba College Student Receives ACS Student Leadership Award

January 5, 2010

Categories: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Students

Catawba College senior Nathaniel Griffin of Boomer, N.C., has been selected to receive the American Chemical Society's (ACS) 2010 Student Leadership Award. The award will be presented to Griffin at the 2010 ACS Leadership Institute to be held in Fort Worth, Texas, January 22-24.The award is made in…

Catawba College's ACS Student Affiliate Chapter Recognized

September 9, 2009

Categories: Chemistry, Students

Catawba College's American Chemistry Society Student Affiliates Chapter has received a Commendable Chapter Award for its 2008-2009 activities. The Chapter Advisor, Dr. Mark Sabo, professor of chemistry at the college, received notification of the award Sept. 8th.Catawba's chapter was recognized for…

Retired Plastic Surgeon Talks Ethics

May 29, 2009

Categories: Biology, Chemistry, Events

When retired plastic surgeon and Catawba College alumnus Verne Lanier '62 of Durham visited campus last spring, he came to talk ethics. The students who listened to his presentation came away with some valuable advice and with a little more insight into how complicated making ethical decisions can…

Catawba Student Tapped as Undergrad Scientist at NC Biotech Center

May 19, 2009

Categories: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Students

Source: www.ncbiotech.orgRESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Undergraduates at 15 North Carolina schools have won competitive grants for life-science research. The Undergraduate Research Fellowship Award program was unveiled this year by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. It brings to 19 the…