What’s Lurking in our Flood Waters?

A joint research project, with Dr. John Weinstein and Dr. Claudia Rocha, is analyzing microplastics and bacteria found in tidal flood waters.

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Letters to the Editor: Trees offer many benefits beyond helping with storm water

Scott Curtis, Ph.D., is the director of The Citadel’s Lt. Col. James B. Near, Jr., USAF, ’77 Center for Climate Studies.

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Atlanta attorney and humanitarian pledges $20 million to The Citadel

Class of 1959 alumnus, William Baer Endictor, announces legacy gift to support college’s academic endowment He may be retired, but Atlanta attorney William Baer Endictor, The Citadel Class of 1959,

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Renowned Citadel health scientist leading new military sector for National Physical Activity Plan

CPR3 director, Dan Bornstein, Ph.D., continues work to improve fitness for national security The Citadel offers one of the only graduate degrees in America designed to meet the growing demand

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From the Corps of Cadets to a clinical calling; alumni share their scholastic successes

The Citadel Health Careers Society invited four Exercise Science alumni to visit (via Zoom) and discuss their successes.

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More chilling than Halloween: Top 10 cybersecurity threats of 2020

They can run tools called “packet sniffers” which essentially grab little “packets” of your data being transmitted.

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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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Citadel faculty, staff to participate in study of Charleston sunny day flood waters

Researchers from The Citadel are taking a closer look at threats hiding in flood waters and marshes across Charleston and surrounding areas.

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What’s in Lowcountry sunny-day floodwaters that can endanger people, marine life and the environment? Citadel’s Center for Climate Studies is working to find that out, and much more

Students working on this project will help create new knowledge about the fate of perfluorocarboxylic acids in the atmosphere; this information is required to determine whether these compounds are an important part of global warming.

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