Joppatowne graduate Madison Matos hopes to aim high with Air Force following college at The Citadel

“I really found a love to be in the Air Force,” she said. “I kind of wanted to branch out; I wanted to do something different.”

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Dr. Andrew Williams to lead The Citadel School of Engineering

“Dr. Williams is a strategic financial planner who has helped raise approximately $29 million in grants and support for education and research from organizations including Apple, Boeing, GE, GM, Google, IBM, and NASA.”

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New chief has outdoor roots

“I am thrilled, humbled and excited to lead the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission as director to ensure the national treasure in our backyard.”

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Thirteen graduate students at The Citadel inducted into Education honors society

Thirteen graduate students at The Citadel, who are current and future leaders in education, join Kappa Delta Pi honor society.

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Citadel professor recognized by ‘Marquis Who’s Who’

Citadel Physics professor Scott Yost, Ph.D., has been recognized for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics.

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Three finalists for superintendent of Berkeley County School District include two Citadel graduates

The Zucker Family School of Education and Berkeley County School District have a longstanding relationship, which is set to enter a new era.

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National study to examine extreme summer heat in communities

Over at The Citadel, a military college in Charleston, Lt. Col. Scott Curtis monitors data from this outdoor weather station every day.

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Side effects of pipeline shutdown linger in Lowcountry

“It has grown into a larger disruption because of the panic buying behavior,” said Hee Yoon Kwon, a supply chain management professor at The Citadal.

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Rick and Mary Lee Bastin honored in ribbon-cutting ceremony

Bastin Hall, a state-of-the-art academic facility, was made possible because of a $6-million gift from the couple.

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