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Fish Tales: Doctor Fish Sings New Songs from the Old School

April 8, 2019

Categories: Academics, Events, Faculty, Music

A musical debut two decades in the making comes to Catawba College's Hedrick Little Theatre at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1st. "Fish Tales: New Songs from the Old School" features the original works of singer-songwriter Doctor Fish backed by the Educators. Singer-songwriter Doctor Fish is better…

Catawba Welcomes Assistant Director of Career Services

April 8, 2019

Categories: Staff, Students

Catawba College recently welcomed L. Sharisse Robinson as the new Assistant Director of Career Services. Robinson leaves the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she worked for six years – for the first four as the Assistant Director of Counseling Services for Student Support Services…

Outdoor Sculpture, “Hope,” Installed on Catawba College Campus

April 5, 2019

Category: Events

On a rainy April 5th, “Hope,” a sculpture by Jim Weitzel, arrived on the Catawba College campus marking the college’s fifth year of participation in the Salisbury Sculpture Show. It was a day fit for fins, not wings, even though wings are portrayed by the Weitzel sculpture that Catawba will host…

2011 Catawba Alumnus Helps Raise Awareness of Autism

April 5, 2019

Categories: Alumni, Athletics, Sport & Health Sciences, Teacher Education

Catawba College alumnus Philip Russ ’11, an educator and baseball coach at Bessemer City High School, made headlines in the “Gastonia Gazette” on April 5th, for his role in drawing attention to autism. On April 4th, World Autism Awareness Day, Russ and his baseball players, along with the coach and…

Catawba's Biochemistry Students Interact with Models of Proteins Thanks to 3D Printer

April 5, 2019

Categories: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Students

Students in Catawba College's Biochemistry course with Professor of Biology Dr. Steve Coggin are studying the three dimensional architecture of proteins. In addition to images in books and on the internet, these students are able to interact with models of proteins they produced with a 3D printer.…