Three national organizations have joined the Center for the Environment and Catawba College professors this week on the Catawba campus for the 7th annual National Environmental Summit for High School Students.
The keynote speaker at Catawba College’s National Environmental Summit took a slight turn from the event’s theme: Redesigning Our Future. Heather White, president and CEO of Yellowstone Forever, the nonprofit partner
05/08/17 By Hannah Davis When most people think about Yellowstone National Park, they probably think about its 10,000 geysers – more than anywhere in the entire world – or they
03/08/17 by Guest Writer Catawba College students in Dr. Jay Bolin’s resource ecology and management class took a field trip recently to Frog Hollow Orchard, just outside of Salisbury, to
Growing up in the busy city of Los Angeles, Julian Keniry remembers that fateful day in elementary school when she and her classmates were sent home because of poor air quality.
As a Rowan County native, Macayla Upright was no stranger to Catawba College when it came time for her to decide where to go after high school. In fact, she can
11/28/16 By Hannah Davis When most people think about coal ash, they probably have a negative aspect associated with it, such as rivers running with black sludge, or the potential for
11/10/16 By Hannah Davis Nearly 1,000 people gathered in Keppel Auditorium November 7 to hear famed consumer advocate Erin Brockovich. The Center for the Environment orchestrated the event, which garnered a
11/02/16 By Hannah Davis “We’re exterminating species at about 1,000 times the rate” that we used to, Dr. Pete Myers said on October 20 at the Center for the Environment. Myers
10/16/16 By Hannah Davis As an artist, Dianna Cohen’s medium of choice is, unconventionally, the plastic bag. Cohen’s inspiration for using plastic bags came from the sense that she was “transforming