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March 14th Catawba College Symposium to Feature Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Robert Olen Butler

February 18, 2019

Categories: English, Events, Faculty, Staff, Students

Catawba College’s 33rd annual Brady Author’s Symposium will feature Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Olen Butler. The Thursday, March 14th event showcases Butler whose writing career includes 17 novels, six story collections, and one book of non-fiction.  The event is scheduled in the Robertson…

Catawba College’s Interim Vice President of Development Accepts the Position Permanently

February 4, 2019

Category: Staff

Effective February 4th, the word “interim” will be removed from Meg Kluttz Dees’ title at Catawba College. The Salisbury native has decided to remain a part of the Catawba College administration permanently as Vice President of Development. Dees, who served on the Catawba College Board of Trustees…

Volunteer Catawba: For 20 Years, Students Have Learned Life of Service

January 24, 2019

Categories: Events, Faculty, Staff, Students

"Service is part of the identity of Catawba College. This is a crucial part of the Catawba person."— Johnathon Boles, Director of Volunteer Catawba The Catawba person ... Just who is that person? Volunteer Catawba students and staff at a Habitat for Humanity construction site on Martin Luther…

Catawba College Librarians Teach SHS Students about Augmented Reality

November 14, 2018

Categories: Academics, English, Staff

Two Catawba College librarians visited Salisbury High School on Monday, November 5, to help 70 9th and 10th grade students and their teachers learn about Augmented Reality. The students plan to use their new AR skills to produce an Augmented Reality (AR) interactive poster that will be used to pitch…

100 Local Families to Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner Thanks to Ducks

November 13, 2018

Categories: Events, Staff, Students

One hundred local families will enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner this year, courtesy of Catawba College's 15th annual "Duck Draw" community service project. As of November 22, the event will have provided over 1,900 families with Thanksgiving meals since its inception. Members of the Residence Life…

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