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Students Share Their Work at Catawba’s 2015 Research and Creativity Showcase

April 10, 2015

Categories: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, English, Events, Mathematics, Psychology, Sport & Health Sciences, Students

You might call it campus tradition and this year it occurred again at Catawba College. Students from different academic disciplines came together for two hours on Thursday, April 9, to present the results of their research or practicum experiences at the annual Catawba Research and Creativity…

2011 Catawba Alumnus to Attend 2015 Nobel Laureate Meeting

March 12, 2015

Categories: Alumni, Chemistry

Joe Manser, a 2011 alumnus of Catawba College and current doctorate student in Chemical Engineering at University of Notre Dame, will attend the 2015 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany this July. Manser was selected by an international scientific review panel to attend the 65th annual…

Catawba Pair to Compete in Shagging Competition

January 30, 2015

Categories: Biology, Chemistry, Events, Students

Edge and Boles  Burroughs Two Catawba College students will soon be shagging at the beach, North Myrtle Beach, S.C., that is. Students Laurel Edge of Waxhaw and Johnathon Boles of Salisbury are competing January 31st in the collegiate category at the preliminaries of the National Shag Dance…

Catawba Hires Director of Nursing

January 27, 2015

Categories: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Faculty, Nursing, Students

Catawba College has hired Dr. Racquel Richardson Ingram of Kernersville to chair its soon-to-be launched nursing program. Ingram's appointment as chair and associate professor of nursing at the College began at the start of the spring 2015 semester and was announced by Dr. J. Michael Bitzer,…

Catawba Honors Students Spend Fall Semester Studying Infectious Diseases

December 12, 2014

Categories: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Events, Students

 L-R: Honors students Alicia Richards, Sara Sellers and Amber Williamson stand ready to share info from their research Leprosy, SARS, Syphilis, Rabies, Rotavirus and Malaria were just some of the infectious diseases on the minds of Catawba College students in a biology honors class this fall.…