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Catawba College Maple Days: January 23 to February 1

February 7, 2018

Categories: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Events, Students

The Piedmont of North Carolina isn’t known for maple syrup production, but students and professors at Catawba College have taken advantage of the recent cold weather to give it try. Over the last week since recent the spell of snow, students in Drs. Tyler Davis, Jay Bolin, and Carmony Hartwig’s…

Can a Story Save the African Lion?

January 29, 2018

Categories: Academics, Environmental Science, Events

Stein safely checks a tracking device on a tranquilized lion. Dr. Andrew Stein, National Geographic Explorer and founder and director of CLAWS (Communities Living Among Wildlife Sustainably), will speak Monday, February 5, at the Center for the Environment building on the Catawba College…

Catawba Professor Presents at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

December 12, 2017

Categories: Academics, Environmental Science, Faculty

Dr. Tyler W. Davis from the Department of Environment and Sustainability joined over 20,000 Earth and space scientists on Thursday, December 14 to present his research at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in New Orleans, LA.

Catawba College Students Present Research at State Conference

November 10, 2017

Categories: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Events, Students

On Saturday, November 4th, 18 Catawba College students, representing two departments, attended and presented their research at the 13th annual State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium, hosted by Campbell University. And, one of these Catawba students was recognized…

Catawba Students Help Census the Endangered Schweinitz’s Sunflower in Two N.C. Counties

November 6, 2017

Categories: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Events, Students

As summer turned to fall last month along with the seasonal change of leaf color, you may have noticed some dazzling displays of yellow flowered asters along roadsides in our area including native ragweeds, Spanish needles, sneezeweeds, and sunflowers. In a few isolated roadsides in the Carolina…