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Catawba College Political Science Professor to Participate in Roundtable on Federalism

April 27, 2004

Category: Faculty

SALISBURY, N.C. - J. Michael Bitzer, assistant professor of political science at Catawba College, will be among the North Carolina scholars and public officials invited to participate in a roundtable on the theme of “Legislative and Executive Governance in Federal Countries” May 22 at…

Catawba College Faculty Members Receive Summer Stipends

April 20, 2004

Category: Faculty

Some members of the Catawba College faculty have recently been notified that they will receive summer block stipends in varying amounts to pursue scholarly and academic study projects. The awards were made by the Vice President and Dean of the College Dr. Barbara Hetrick, at the recommendation of…

Catawba College Professor Attends Shakespearean Association Meeting

April 20, 2004

Category: Faculty

SALISBURY, N.C. – Dr. Bethany Sinnott, a professor of English and chair of the English Department at Catawba College, attended the Shakespeare Association of America annual meeting held April 8-10 in New Orleans. While there, she participated in a seminar on Shakespeare and the American South.

Catawba College Faculty Members Receive Summer Stipends

April 20, 2004

Category: Faculty

Some members of the Catawba College faculty have recently been notified that they will receive summer block stipends in varying amounts to pursue scholarly and academic study projects. The awards were made by the Vice President and Dean of the College Dr. Barbara Hetrick, at the recommendation of…

Catawba College Professor Attends Shakespearean Association Meeting

April 20, 2004

Category: Faculty

SALISBURY, N.C. – Dr. Bethany Sinnott, a professor of English and chair of the English Department at Catawba College, attended the Shakespeare Association of America annual meeting held April 8-10 in New Orleans. While there, she participated in a seminar on Shakespeare and the American South.