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Catawba College Professor Travels and Lectures in Ukraine on Fulbright Lectureship

October 11, 2005

Categories: English, Faculty

Dr. Philip Acree Cavalier, Catawba College’s assistant dean and associate professor of English, is traveling and giving scholarly lectures in Ukraine while there on a Fulbright Lectureship in American literature.   Acree Cavalier, wife Carol and their three sons, left for Kiev in early…

Catawba College Professor Lectures at Festival

October 11, 2005

Categories: English, Faculty

Dr. Bethany Sinnott, professor and chair of English at Catawba College, recently participated in severalEvents associated with the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival in High Point.On Sept. 17 and 18, Sinnott was the featured lecturer for the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival’s…

Catawba College Professor's Poetry Book Receives Award

September 20, 2005

Categories: English, Faculty

“Sex Education,” a poetry book by Catawba College Writer-in-Residence Dr. Janice Fuller, had been selected as runner-up for this year’s Oscar Arnold Young Award.   That award is given annually by the Poetry Council of North Carolina to the outstanding book of poetry published…

Catawba College Professor's Poetry Book Receives Award

September 20, 2005

Categories: English, Faculty

“Sex Education,” a poetry book by Catawba College Writer-in-Residence Dr. Janice Fuller, had been selected as runner-up for this year’s Oscar Arnold Young Award.   That award is given annually by the Poetry Council of North Carolina to the outstanding book of poetry published…

Catawba College Professor Gathers Books, Departs for Kiev, Ukraine

August 26, 2005

Categories: Academics, English, Faculty

“My books are U-books,” has been the mantra recently of Dr. Phillip Acree Cavalier, associate professor of English and assistant dean of Catawba College.   That’s because Acree Cavalier knows that the “U” stands for Ukraine, a place he and family will spend the next 10…