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Catawba College Receives $900,000 Gift to Strengthen Programs in Information Systems, Data Analysis

July 29, 2019

Categories: Academics, Business & Economics, Gifts, Mathematics, Students

Catawba College has received a $900,000 anonymous gift to add courses in computer science and begin programs in information systems and data analysis in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, according to an announcement by Dr. Constance Rogers-Lowery, College Provost. The gift is…

$150,000 Donation Will Enhance Catawba College Active Learning Center

April 24, 2019

Categories: Academics, Alumni, Faculty, Gifts, Students

Missie and Greg Alcorn A $150,000 donation to the Catawba College MIND BODY SOUL campaign from Greg and Missie Alcorn of Salisbury will be used to enhance the college’s growing active learning center, housed at the Corriher-Linn-Black Library.  Earl Givens Jr., director of the library, said…

Catawba College Gift Will Establish Mental Health Counseling Program

February 18, 2019

Categories: Academics, Gifts, Sport & Health Sciences

Catawba College has received a $250,000 gift to establish a mental health counseling curriculum, according to an announcement by Dr. Jim Hand, Dean of the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance. The curriculum is made possible with a gift from the Jim Whitton family – Jim Whitton Sr., a…

1971 Alumnus Honored with Catawba’s Prestigious Adrian L. Shuford, Jr. Award

November 12, 2018

Categories: Alumni, Events, Gifts

Catawba alumnus and trustee Daniel T. Bross of New York, N.Y., was honored on Sunday, November 11, as the 2018 recipient of the College’s prestigious Adrian L. Shuford, Jr. Award for Distinguished Service. Bross, who serves as co-chair of Catawba’s recently launched $38.2 million Mind Body Soul…

International Study Scholarships Fund Summer Experiences for Two Catawba Students

November 1, 2018

Categories: Academics, Events, Gifts, Students

Catawba College seniors Daniel Morrison of Greensboro, N.C., and Leah Huggins of Hope Mill, N.C., were Humanities students who had study abroad experiences this past summer thanks to their successful applications as inaugural recipients of the Gerry and Jim Hurley International Study Scholarship.…

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