SC cadet students build robot hands to teach American Sign Language

The goal is to build a pair of hands to communicate as a teaching aid and potentially as a human substitute when an ASL translator can’t be brought in.

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From alumnus to cadet: building a career in construction engineering

As The Citadel’s first Construction Engineering majors prepare to graduate, an alumnus and senior cadet team up to guide future engineers.

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Lowcountry media goes medieval in support of STEM education

Local news personalities will build, and compete with, their own mini trebuchets to promote STEM education and the 10th anniversary of Storm The Citadel.

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Storm The Citadel catapults into its 10th year

Storm The Citadel 2020, the 10th anniversary of the competition, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. across The Citadel campus.

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Engineering service learning project produces real-world solutions

For about four months the cadets and students worked with neighborhood leaders, conducted site visits and field investigations.

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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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The Good News About the Skilled Workers Shortage for College Grads

Bad news for the construction industry: the number of unemployed jobseekers with construction experience reached a record low in September, according to the Associated General Contractors of America. Good news

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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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