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Catawba Students Explore the Ins and Outs of LEED

February 17, 2019

Categories: Academics, Environmental Science, Students

Students in Catawba College’s Department of Environment & Sustainability's Green Energy & Design class held a conference call Friday, February 15, with Jennifer P. Landau, LEED Green Associate and Vice President of Landau Building Company of Pittsburgh, Pa.  Landau spoke about Leadership in…

Catawba College Professor Collaborates Virtually with Department of Art at Georgia College

February 6, 2019

Categories: Academics, Environmental Science, Faculty

Dr. Tyler W. Davis, Visiting Assistant Professor in Catawba College’s Department of Environment & Sustainability, gave a virtual presentation to Professor Matthew Forrest's Advanced Printmaking art class at Georgia College, Milledgeville, Ga. The students will make prints based on GIS data in…

Maple [Sugaring] Days Return to Catawba College Campus

February 6, 2019

Categories: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Students

On an unseasonable warm Carolina winter day with bluebird skies, Catawba College students participated in the second Catawba Maple Days, an event where students learn about and make local maple syrup. Typically, the sap runs best in maples when the mornings begin with frost on the ground and the…

Catawba College Students Attend AGU100 Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C.

January 17, 2019

Categories: Academics, Environmental Science, Events, Students

 L-R: Davis, Pierce, and Ly at the Udar-Hazy Center. During finals week of fall semester, Catawba College Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Dr. Tyler W. Davis, and Catawba College students, Michael Pierce of Kannapolis, and Kory Ly of Salisbury, left campus just ahead of…

Catawba College Environmental Students Compete, Demonstrate Benefits of “Small Change”

November 1, 2018

Categories: Academics, Environmental Science, Events, Students

When you hear pennies for charity, you may be thinking “What’s the point?”  At the start of October, four faculty from the Department of Environment & Sustainability answered that question by raising over $80 in small change. As a complement to their lesson plans on hurricanes and their…

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