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Catawba College Announces Russell L. Smyre, Sr. as New Executive Director of Facilities

November 16, 2021

Category: Staff

Catawba College announced the appointment of Russell L. Smyre, Sr. as the new executive director of facilities after a national search. Smyre began with the College on November 1.  “I am so pleased to have Russell join us at Catawba College,” Lauren Cox, Vice President for Finance and…

Catawba College Announces Winter Sports COVID Guidelines

November 12, 2021

Categories: Athletics, Events, Faculty, Staff, Students

As the start of college winter sports seasons approach, Catawba College has released its COVID guidelines for attendees at all events.  As in the fall, masks will be required at all events held in any indoor venue. This is a continuation of what the college announced for its fall sports.  “The…

Catawba College Women's Soccer Looks to Capture SAC Tournament after Undefeated Regular Season

November 12, 2021

Categories: Athletics, Events

by Davis Fields A South Atlantic Conference (SAC) Tournament opening round win at the Frock Soccer Complex for the Catawba Women’s Soccer Team over Newberry this past Saturday began the Lady Indians’ quest for the SAC Tournament Title, after claiming the No. 1 Seed and regular season SAC crown last…

Faculty Member Quoted in Article

November 6, 2021

Categories: Academics, Business & Economics, Faculty

Jeremiah Nelson, Catawba College assistant professor of management, was quoted in a recent article by about The Best Business Credit Cards of 2021 written by Kim Porter. “If a small business owner has the liquidity to pay off their credit cards each month, choosing a credit card with…

Catawba College's Professor Jacobson Authors Geospatial Workflow Article

November 4, 2021

Categories: Academics, Environmental Science, Faculty

Hummingbirds, quetzals, and macaws are some of the most stunning birds in South America. When considering how threatened a species is, researchers often start with a map of the species’ geographical distribution, or range, which provides information on where they occur and, therefore, the threats…