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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Cadets create indoor farm inside shipping containers

From the confined space of a shipping container, military college cadets grow and harvest hundreds of heads of lettuce per week for staff and students.

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U.S. Army aims for tougher fitness standards despite amount of overweight recruits

In a report released by The Citadel, the Army has seen an overall increase of overweight recruits who can’t pass entry-level physical fitness tests.

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Citadel STEM outreach prepares future employees for SC tech companies

The STEM Center of Excellence at The Citadel is preparing people of all ages for jobs that a growing number of businesses throughout the Lowcountry need to fill.

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Giving a stranger the gift of hope for 2019

Citadel Graduate College student donates bone marrow in Washington D. C. for leukemia patient through Be the Match.

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The Citadel’s healthcare study abroad program receives global recognition

The Citadel Healthcare Study Abroad Program was recognized as a program of merit and was named a “Program of Distinction” by the Association of American Medical Colleges.

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Citadel nursing program takes aim at looming shortage

The Citadel offers the only evening program for nursing in the area, and it offers every nursing course every semester.

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Cadets, kids and neighbors lead community initiative to save Gadsden Creek watershed.

The Gadsden Creek watershed, located in an urban area near The Citadel campus, is one of the Charleston peninsula’s last remaining tidal creek systems.

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Plastic scraps from Charleston Harbor make for trashy art

A group of cadets from The Citadel have entered a diving pelican sculpture in the Port Royal Sound Foundation Recycled Art Contest, to be judged against other schools and groups for a potential $2,000 in prizes.

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