The Citadel begins search for new School of Engineering dean

One of the top objectives for the person selected to lead The Citadel School of Engineering will be to develop programs and practices with clear over-arching goals, in collaboration with faculty, staff, cadets and students, to guide the school’s evolution under the Our Mighty Citadel 2026 plan

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What to Do With a Mechanical Engineering Degree

Lt. Col. Robert Rabb, the Mechanical Engineering department head, describes the profession as “one of the broadest engineering disciplines.”

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Citadel School of Engineering recognizes four leaders in the profession

The Academy of Engineers honors those who have helped educate and develop principled engineering leaders to serve a global community.

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Nova Technologies honors stalwart engineering professor; 1970 alumnus, with scholarship in his name

Peeples’ devotion to all things in the realm of computer and electrical engineering, or “techno-lust” as he calls it, continues to earn him accolades.

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Baker School of Business and School of Engineering team up to address global sustainability challenges

The Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business and the School of Engineering are collaborating on two new classes in which students will develop entrepreneurial endeavors to address United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG).

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Citadel Distinguished Scholars Program preparing cadets to qualify for elite post-graduate scholarships

CDSP provides its scholars with targeted mentoring and fellowship advising – learning who they are, what they want to accomplish, and helping them chart a path for getting there.

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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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