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1976 Catawba Alumnus Is 2009 National Outstanding Disabled Veteran of the Year

November 11, 2009

Categories: Alumni, Sociology

Dale Wilson of Troutman, N.C., says he prefers to fly under the radar and keep a low profile. It's hard for him to do that right now since he learned in August that he was selected as the 2009 National Outstanding Disabled American Veteran of the Year.Nominated in 2007 as the North Carolina Disabled…

VIDEO: Show Me - A Catawba Story

October 8, 2009

Categories: Alumni, Sociology

Show Meby Gerald Phelps '67Social Studies AlumnusPhelps recalls the early challenges of attending college, then meeting a young woman who would hold his heart for over 35 years.Watch Gerald's Catawba Story below or on YouTube:Show MeRELATED CONTENT:;;Share YOUR Story! ;Catawba STORIES…

Catawba Alumna Crowned Miss Spencer-Rowan 2009

September 1, 2009

Categories: Alumni, Psychology, Sociology

Source: ;Sherri Hill was crowned Miss Spencer-Rowan 2009 at a pageant held Friday during the annual Spencer Jaycees Street Dance in downtown Spencer. ;Hill, 24, is a native of East Spencer and daughter of Althea Hill and the late Howard Solomon.;She graduated from North…

Academic Departments Form Schools at Catawba College

May 28, 2009

Categories: Academics, Biology, Evening & Graduate, Sociology, Teacher Education, Theatre Arts

The academic structure at Catawba College is changing. In addition to different academic departments headed by chairs, academic departments will now be affiliated with five different schools, each headed by a dean. Overseeing the five schools and serving as the institution's chief academic officer…

FACULTY BLOG: Witnessing Inaugural Preps and Gathering in D.C - Part I: Sunday

January 22, 2009

Categories: Faculty, Sociology

Sunday, January 18thby Dr. Carla Eastis, Assistant Professor of Sociology;About 10 folks get on the Amtrak train with me in Salisbury at 8:30 on a Sunday morning. Several of us are going to D.C., and the conductor puts us in one of the rear-most cars. That car is almost full already, and there has…