Money magazine ranks Citadel #2 in SC, #87 nationally

The Citadel comes in at #87, second in South Carolina to Clemson, which comes in at #67 nationally.

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My ring story: Humility over pride

“…an individual wearing The Citadel band of gold will not be someone who will give up easily.”

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Two Citadel cadets earn Women in Defense scholarships

The Women in Defense Palmetto Chapter is pleased to announce Cadets Lillian Layden and Catherine Guenther as the awardees of its 2020 STEM Scholarship.

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The Lowcountry Graduate Center, co-founded by The Citadel, moves locations

The Lowcountry Graduate Center was founded by institutions including The Citadel, the College of Charleston and the Medical University of South Carolina.

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The Citadel’s commitment to elevating education throughout South Carolina continues

Hundreds of K-12 teachers in South Carolina will be better prepared to educate students in the fall after learning new techniques through the STEM Center.

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Citadel Engineering faculty; alumnus leaders making news with top awards

Faculty and an alumnus from The Citadel School of Engineering are the proud recipients of awards from the 2020 American Society of Civil Engineers.

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Engineering a creative way to hold “hands-on” labs — online

This interactive, virtual lab is currently being offered to evening students currently enrolled in a summer session of a essential engineering course.

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Citadel engineers in high demand around SC and the nation

There are distinct advantages for those graduating from one of the five oldest engineering programs in America, and one that is consistently ranked in the top 25 nationally. By graduation

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Engineering cadets win $10,000 for ‘wall-climbing’ robot

Take a drone, a remote-controlled car, five senior mechanical engineering cadets — put them together — and what do you get?A $10-thousand-winning idea.

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Alumnus president flies mechanical engineering cadets to world-leading company, makes offers to three

Not long before the pandemic became a daily actuality, four seniors majoring in mechanical engineering enjoyed an experience they won’t likely forget.

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