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Join Catawba for South Africa Trip

September 15, 2005

Categories: Academics, Alumni, Sociology, Students

Catawba College honors students enrolled in a class entitled "Origins: Humans, Races, and Racism," will cap their classroom experiences with a trip to South Africa in late December.   Members of the Salisbury-Rowan community, alumni and friends of the College are invited to join them as they visit…

Join Catawba for South Africa Trip

September 15, 2005

Categories: Academics, Alumni, Sociology, Students

Catawba College honors students enrolled in a class entitled "Origins: Humans, Races, and Racism," will cap their classroom experiences with a trip to South Africa in late December.   Members of the Salisbury-Rowan community, alumni and friends of the College are invited to join them as they visit…

Catawba College Faculty Members Publish and Serve on Task Force

January 24, 2005

Categories: Faculty, Sociology

Dr. Maria Vandergriff-Avery, Assistant Professor and Chair of the Catawba College Department of Sociology, recently had an article published. "Resiliency Capacities Among Rural Low-Income Families," was published in the October-December 2004 edition of the journal, Families in Society: The Journal…

Catawba College Faculty Members Publish and Serve on Task Force

January 24, 2005

Categories: Faculty, Sociology

Dr. Maria Vandergriff-Avery, Assistant Professor and Chair of the Catawba College Department of Sociology, recently had an article published. "Resiliency Capacities Among Rural Low-Income Families," was published in the October-December 2004 edition of the journal, Families in Society: The Journal…

Lure of Appalachia Draws Catawba College Professors and Students

October 11, 2004

Categories: Academics, Faculty, Sociology, Students

Dr. Maria Vandergriff-Avery can’t wait to take her students to Floyd – Floyd, Virginia that is.   And there, at the Floyd Country Store, they’ll gather with local residents, farmers, tourists, yuppies, academics, artists and business men and women to witness the Friday Night…