Citadel Physics Department makes virtual learning into a physical reality for high school students

The Physics Department offers a virtual, but still hands-on, “class” for high school students about physics and its practical applications.

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Hamilton Baiden, ’91, on how Citadel experience contributed to his career success with Heritage Health Solutions, Inc.

“In his elevated role, Baiden continues to lead the strategy and execution of Heritage’s business development and growth while providing transparent leadership…”

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The Nixon Precedent: Lawyer, author reviews book by Citadel Intelligence professor

Melissa Graves, Ph.D., arranged the Watergate panel held at The Citadel as part of the Intelligence and Cybersecurity conference in Feb 2020.

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Citadel professor finds not all plastic is equal in study on decomposition

Weinstein said there are only about 100 of these composters, begging the question of whether someone who chooses a PLA product as a green option would actually be able to dispose of it properly.

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Citadel alum calls in Chick-fil-A manager to help a drive-thru Covid-19 vaccination clinic

When a drive-thru COVID vaccine clinic left people waiting for hours, the town mayor called in a professional for help: a Chick-fil-A manager.

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A look inside the new partnership between The Citadel and Beaufort County School District

For the first time, the ZFSOE is partnered with Beaufort County School District, offering teachers the opportunity become school counselors.

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Gov. McMaster presents ‘Order of the Palmetto’ to North Charleston Principal Henry Darby, CGC ’07 and ’10

Through the Zucker Family School of Education, Darby earned a M.Ed. in Secondary School Education in 2007 and an Ed.S. degree in 2010.

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Citadel cadets tour the International African American Museum site

Former mayor Joe Riley and Citadel cadets in his class toured the International African American Museum currently under construction.

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