The Citadel earns SC award for cybersecurity education excellence

The Citadel recently earned statewide recognition for its work to educate and prepare future leaders in the field of cybersecurity.

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Two Citadel nursing professors are recognized for excellence in practice

Two nursing professors from The Citadel are the proud recipients of an award that honors registered nurses in our state who exemplify excellence in nursing practice and commitment to the profession.

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Citadel STEM Center helping with collaborative effort to teach students construction skills

Charleston Metro Chamber announces second annual Build A Shed Competition Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with ABC Carolinas, presents a building competition for students and career-ready youth in Berkeley,

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Girls who smash codes: free, NSA-funded camp at The Citadel now accepting applications

Middle and high school girls in the Charleston area are invited to apply for The Citadel’s National Security Agency (NSA) funded cyber security camp to be held on campus for five days in the summer.

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Senior military colleges aim to fill gaps in cyber skills for the Defense Department

As seen in Stars and Stripes, by Rose Thayer Examples of an expanding cyber force within the Defense Department are all around. The Marine Corps established a new specialty field

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Citadel freshman cadets in jeopardy: The 2019 Citadel Math Jeopardy Contest

Clue: An annual event where cadets competed for vouchers to the school’s canteen and Chick-Fil-A. Answer: What is The Math Jeopardy Contest for Freshmen? After two rounds of math questions,

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More Than Fitness

Dr. Dan Bornstein is leading the charge to solve some of the most pressing fitness, health and security issues facing the United States.

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Citadel nursing cadets and student earn leadership positions at Student Nurses Association Convention

Photo: Newly elected executive board for Student Nurses Association – South Carolina Of the ten positions on the board, three are now held by people from The Citadel The South

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Diseases from the sea being studied by 3 South Carolina colleges

Photo: An algal bloom infests a retention pond on the South Carolina coast As seen in The Post and Courier, by Bo Petersen Living on the coast is getting riskier

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Oceans, human health; climate change focus of unique new $5.7 million alliance

More than 20 researchers from five colleges and universities are beginning their work aimed at better protecting human health through the new Center for Oceans and Human Health and Climate Change Interactions.

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