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Awards Convocation Focuses on Service, Leadership, Academic Achievements, & Special Merit

April 12, 2019

Categories: Academics, Athletics, Biology, Business & Economics, Chemistry, Communication Arts, English, Environmental Science, Events, Faculty, History, Mathematics, Music, Politics, Psychology, Religion & Philosophy, Sociology, Sport & Health Sciences, Staff, Students, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts

2019 Catawba College Award Recipients The focus was on student, faculty and staff achievement in service, leadership, academics, and special merit during Catawba College’s annual Awards Convocation held April 11 in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel. Continuing an institutional tradition, most awards…

Catawba College Honors Student to Present at 2019 National Conference

April 2, 2019

Categories: Academics, English, Events, History, Students

Catawba College honors student Taylor Cielo of Raleigh has been notified that her panel submission entitled “First-Year Programs in Honors: What They Are and How They Work” has been accepted for presentation at the National Collegiate Honors Council’s (NCHC) 2019 Annual Conference. Cielo’s…

Catawba College English Faculty Member Is a Finalist for 2019 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction

March 11, 2019

Categories: English, Faculty

 Sometimes great talent hides in plain sight.  That is the case of author Ivelisse Rodriguez, a new addition to Catawba College’s English faculty this academic year. Rodriguez learned on March 5th that she was one of five finalists for the 2019 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction for her first book of…

March 14th Catawba College Symposium to Feature Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Robert Olen Butler

February 18, 2019

Categories: English, Events, Faculty, Staff, Students

Catawba College’s 33rd annual Brady Author’s Symposium will feature Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Olen Butler. The Thursday, March 14th event showcases Butler whose writing career includes 17 novels, six story collections, and one book of non-fiction.  The event is scheduled in the Robertson…

Catawba to Host Community Reading of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing”

January 13, 2019

Categories: Academics, English, Events

The Salisbury Shakespeare Readers, having collectively explored “Hamlet,”  “King Lear,” and “The Winter’s Tale” in the last three years, will undertake the delightful comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” this February and March in a continuation of the community readings hosted by Catawba College. Dr.…

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