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Two Catawba College Faculty Members Attend Wye Institute

July 25, 2006

Categories: Academics, Faculty, Politics, Sociology

Two Catawba College faculty members, Drs. Carla Eastis and J. Michael Bitzer, are participating in this summer's Wye Institute July 22-28 in Queenstown, Md. The focus of the institute, established in 1983 and co-sponsored by the Aspen Institute and the American Association of Colleges and…

Two Catawba College Faculty Members Attend Wye Institute

July 25, 2006

Categories: Academics, Faculty, Politics, Sociology

Two Catawba College faculty members, Drs. Carla Eastis and J. Michael Bitzer, are participating in this summer's Wye Institute July 22-28 in Queenstown, Md. The focus of the institute, established in 1983 and co-sponsored by the Aspen Institute and the American Association of Colleges and…

Dr. Edith Bolick Promoted at Catawba College

April 10, 2006

Categories: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Faculty, Sociology

Catawba College's Dr. Edith Bolick has accepted a promotion from associate dean of the College for Lifelong Learning to dean of the School of Evening and Graduate Studies.A professor of sociology, Bolick is a graduate of Catawba College and earned her master's degree and Ph.D. in solciology from the…

Dr. Edith Bolick Promoted at Catawba College

April 10, 2006

Categories: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Faculty, Sociology

Catawba College's Dr. Edith Bolick has accepted a promotion from associate dean of the College for Lifelong Learning to dean of the School of Evening and Graduate Studies.A professor of sociology, Bolick is a graduate of Catawba College and earned her master's degree and Ph.D. in solciology from the…

Catawba College Sociology Professor Presents at Conference

March 31, 2006

Categories: Academics, Faculty, Sociology

Catawba College Assistant Professor of Sociology Dr. Carla Eastis recently made a presentation at the Southern Sociological Society Conference held in New Orleans March 22-25. Eastis was a member of a panel entitled "Bringing Sociology into the First Year Experience."