Undergrad math wiz publishes theory about Fibonacci numbers

A Citadel cadet, along with two professors, wrote an academic paper titled “Matrices in the Hosoya Triangle” which was published in The Fibonacci Quarterly.

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Getting into the coding spirit with cookies and cocoa

One unique — and educational — way The Citadel STEM Center of Excellence celebrates the season is by hosting “Cookies, Cocoa and Coding.”

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Following up: thoughts from Dr. John Weinstein after plastics pollution discussions with French leaders and scientists

Weinstein, whose research into microplastics pollution was recently featured in National Geographic, is being flown to Paris at the request of the French Embassy to share his discoveries.

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Noted Citadel scientist recognized by governor for service to state

In recognition of his lifetime of service and contributions to the State of South Carolina, Richard Dwight Porcher Jr., Ph.D., was awarded The Order of the Palmetto.

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Citadel professor speaks about stealthy microplastics

Citadel professor John Weinstein, Ph.D., speaks about microplastics with Pattrn, an online media outlet connected to The Weather Channel.

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Citadel STEM Center spreads computer science excellence across South Carolina

The Citadel hosted more than 340 middle and high school students interested in computer science from 12 different schools across the state.

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Citadel nursing students helping lead the way for breast cancer awareness

The department will be hosting two different events in October to recognize National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day.

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My ring story: becoming resilient after losing my “everything”

“My mother supported me in my quest to earn The Citadel Band of Gold. I am happy to report that I did not disappoint her.”

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Citadel expands programs to improve physical readiness of military recruits and first responders

The Citadel’s Dept. of Health and Human Performance, and its newly established Center for Performance, Readiness, Resiliency, and Recovery (CPR3) are working to improve the safety and security of the state and the nation, through improving the fitness and health of its people.

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Citadel professor wins $1.6 million grant to anticipate social unrest

Deepti Joshi, Ph.D., will serve as the principle investigator, or lead, for the project which is funded by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

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