Citadel Biology Department to Class of 2020: Congratulations!

The Citadel Biology Department put together a video message from faculty, staff and students to congratulate the Class of 2020.

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Too much screen time? Maybe not, depending on what your child is doing, says incoming Citadel dean of education

“A lot of the research kind of gets thrown out at this point,” said Evan Ortlieb, Ph.D., incoming dean of education at The Citadel.

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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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‘Zoombombing’ phenomenon threatens SC educational spaces, events

Cory Nance, a cybersecurity and computer science professor at The Citadel, said that hackers are able to take control of Zoom meetings a few different ways.

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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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Citadel and College of Charleston partnering to help local English teachers

A competitive new program, hosted by the two institutions, will help ten high school English teachers get a free start on their Master’s degrees.

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New Dean named for The Citadel School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Dr. Brian Madison Jones of Johnson C. Smith University to lead SHHS, the largest academic unit of the five schools comprising the college.

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Citadel engineering student, Boeing employee, making devices to improve face mask comfort and fit

Marchant is using open source CAD files from the internet to produce the 3D print mask extenders and clips for medical personnel and front-line workers.

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Citadel Graduate College alumnae becomes first African American woman ordained in SC Wesleyan Church

Karen Lewis Crawford was in the final stages of her training to become an ordained minister in the Wesleyan Church when she received some surprising news: she would be the

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