Cyber success: Citadel cadets beat out thousands of students in the National Cyber League

Two cadets recently competed in the virtual National Cyber League, a competition giving students a chance to practice their cybersecurity skills. They competed against students from all over the country, and both placed in the top 100 out of more than 7,500 participants.

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Nearly 80% of cadets receive one of their top three choices for branch assignments for the Army

More than 60 cadets at The Citadel now know which branch of the Army they will join after graduation as they approach the halfway point of their senior year.

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Interview with U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Grace Jenkins, ’18, 2022 47th Marine Corps Marathon First Place Winner

Over 11,400 runners participated in the 47th Marine Corps Marathon on October 23, 2022. Citadel graduate, Capt. Grace Jenkins, won first place in her division.

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Remembering Maxine Hudson, the first woman to graduate from The Citadel

The Citadel is mourning the loss of the first woman to earn a degree from The Citadel Graduate College.

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Innovation: A top priority in The Zucker Family School of Education

The Zucker Family School of Education honored four community leaders for their excellence in educational innovation at its annual Educational Leadership and Innovation forum.

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Amazon Web Services Education Champions program welcomes The Citadel’s Dean of Engineering

AWS Education Champions program is community-led, made possible through the work of others who look at the bigger picture when it comes to improving education and accelerating research. Among those recognized at the conference were Andrew Williams, Ph.D., dean for the School of Engineering.

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Mission Essential: Special Agent Ty Yount, ’99

Ty Yount was a middle school student in Morganton, North Carolina, when the Gulf War played out on the evening news and inspired in him a need to serve. He was a well-rounded student—an athlete, a member of the band and an Eagle Scout. In 1993, in the days before the internet explosion, it was from a bookshelf in his guidance counselor’s office that he discovered The Citadel.

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The Citadel Career Center takes off with grant from Boeing to improve internship experiences

For the first time ever, The Citadel Career Center was awarded a grant to help more cadets and students achieve their professional goals. The $30,000 grant – provided by Boeing – went a long way for eight cadets and students who interned at various organizations in Charleston over the summer and fall. Grant money also went to several faculty and student projects, such as the Supply Chain Management and Port Club and Citadel STEM project.

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Mission Essential: Special Agent Andrew Lempp, ’94

When Andrew Lempp was 10, he tagged along with his father and his 16-year-old brother on a visit from their Jamestown, North Carolina, home to The Citadel. His brother quickly decided he wanted no part of the military college, but Lempp, who dreamed of going into the military or law enforcement, was intrigued.

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