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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“Just keep moving” to be healthy and fit at home

However we choose to do it, every person of any age who is not ill needs to just keep moving to be physically and mentally fit during this time of being cloistered in our home

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Citadel nursing alumni and students: servant leader heroes during pandemic

Photo above: Citadel Class of 2019 nursing alumna, Tamar Sternfeld, working in protective gear at MUSC in Charleston The Class of 2020 includes the Swain Department of Nursing’s second graduating

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Traditional Media is not Dead

Maria Aselage is a full-time marketing and communications professor at The Citadel, who owns HearSay Communications, a Charleston-based boutique company.

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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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Gen. Walters announces details of Class of 2020 Virtual Commencement Plus Ceremonies

We will conduct virtual commencement exercises 9 May 2020. The Corps of Cadets commencement will start at 1 p.m. EST, with CGC commencement at 3 p.m. EST.

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Krause Center honors Dr. John Palms, ’58, for distinguished leadership and service

The most prestigious award presented by the Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics is normally announced at the annual Principled Leadership Symposium.

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