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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Citadel cadets and students volunteer for veterans in need

The Citadel Health Careers Society and others from the college spent Friday morning supplying low-income veteran families with food assistance.

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Company accused of polluting ocean with plastic has an ally: SC ports

For John Weinstein, Ph.D., Department Head of Biology at The Citadel, the harm that plastics cause to marine ecosystems is his life’s work.

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New Center for Climate Studies to be established at The Citadel

The Center’s mission will be to promote climate science through education, research, outreach and the development of public-private partnerships.

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Citadel launches climate science research center with $2 million donation

As seen in The Post & CourierBy Chloe Johnson A new research center at The Citadel will focus on climate change — the first group dedicated exclusively to this work in

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My ring story: Don’t tell me I can’t do it

“When people back home heard that I was thinking about going to a military college they kept telling me that I wasn’t going to make it.”

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Two Citadel cadets earn Women in Defense scholarships

The Women in Defense Palmetto Chapter is pleased to announce Cadets Lillian Layden and Catherine Guenther as the awardees of its 2020 STEM Scholarship.

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