Getting into the coding spirit with cookies and cocoa

One unique — and educational — way The Citadel STEM Center of Excellence celebrates the season is by hosting “Cookies, Cocoa and Coding.”

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Could a floating garage on water fix Charleston parking? A Citadel grad thinks so.

A Citadel graduate was awarded a patent for a floating parking deck that he said could help alleviate Charleston’s parking crunch and help with disasters.

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Engineering Education

The Citadel’s engineering program boasts a plethora of disciplines. Newest among them is a computer engineering degree that launched in August.

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Why is pluff mud smelly and can it be stabilized? Civil engineering undergrad researchers look for answers

It’s the “why” behind the scent of pluff mud, and the thought of making use of this vast natural resource, that’s behind an on-going undergraduate research project in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The Citadel.

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Project management plus community service equals great outcome for all

The Project Management program at The Citadel Graduate College hit the trifecta for me: convenient, affordable and well-respected, said graduate student Sara Massey.

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Autonomous vehicles and AI: Citadel’s future engineers prepared to thrive in evolving technical landscape

The availability of highly skilled engineers prepared to help lead the development of A.I. and its associated industries in the Charleston, South Carolina area is vital to the state’s competitiveness and its economy. The Citadel School of Engineering, one of America’s oldest engineering programs, is meeting that growing demand.

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Citadel Prof. Simon Ghanat named South Carolina Civil Engineer of the Year

The state’s Civil Engineer of the Year, as named by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) South Carolina Section, is Simon T. Ghanat, Ph.D., P.E., a professor in The Citadel School of Engineering.

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Mazzaro continuing project at Army Research Lab to help soldiers detect hidden devices

Dr. Gregory Mazzaro, a professor of electrical engineering at The Citadel, is spending the summer working on an ongoing project with the Army Research Lab in Adelphi, Maryland. He and his teammates continue to develop a unique, “nonlinear” radar designed to find hidden objects.

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