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Visiting the Wilmington Railroad Museum

November 6, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
Upon arriving in Historic Wilmington, the freshman West Teaching Scholars cohort visited various historical places of interest. One of those places was the Wilmington Railroad Museum, located on Nutt Street. The railroad museum is located inside of a freight house once belonging to the Atlantic…
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Teambuilding with the Noyce Scholars

November 4, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
The 2014-2015 Noyce Scholar Cohort completed a teambuilding retreat September 18-20, 2014 at Atlantic Beach/Beaufort, NC. The Noyce Scholars for 2014-2015 are Cody Braden, Bethany Davis, Kristin Ferebee, and Brinsley Stewart.  Dr. Connie Lowery, director of the Noyce Grant, Dr. Cyndi Osterhus,…
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Learning about Oppression and Protest in Chicago

October 31, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
by Catawba honors student, Courtney Briscoe ’16 Chicago, Illinois had a lot in store for my classmates and I who visited the Windy city as part of the Honors course, “The Sounds of Silence: Music as a Voice for the Oppressed.”  We made the trip during our Fall Break, October 10-14. For those of…
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Wrapping Up Wales

September 3, 2014
Category: Student Blogs
EDITOR'S NOTE: Students in the Honors Course "Dylan Thomas's Wales" traveled to Wales during spring break, March 7-16, 2014 with Dr. Janice Fuller. Student Shakeisha Gray '14 reflects on her experiences there and shares photos from the trip in this final blog. Day Three: Finding Buddha in Wales…
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A New Tradition: "Catawba-to-Career"

August 22, 2014
Category: Faculty Blogs
Dear campus community,   I hope your first few days of the new academic year has started well for you.  At Tuesday’s Opening Convocation, I spoke about the new traditions that Catawba will be starting this year.  One of the major new traditions that we are instituting has a direct connection to…
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