My Ring Story: becoming a cyber warrior

“After my time here at The Citadel I will be working with the Department of Defense within the cyber domain for at least two years.”

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Cybersecurity cadets learning, networking at WiCyS conference

“The networking here is one of the most important benefits of WiCyS, which helps organizations recruit and retain highly trained women cybersecurity professionals.”

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Commentary: The heat we’re now experiencing is a bit different

“In October, the results of the research will be presented to help Charlestonians better understand the extent of their urban heat challenges…”

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Floods, pollution and other impacts of climate change can cause pediatric health issues

Dr. Scott Curtis, director of the Lt. Col. James B. Near Jr. Center for Climate Studies at The Citadel, said air quality goes down as temperatures go up.

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Local groups, city leaders discuss ways to help waterway pollution

Scott Curtis, the director of the Near Center for Climate Studies at The Citadel, says storms will dump more water on Charleston in the future.

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Even in the summer, community service and education are full ‘STEAM’ ahead at The Citadel

The Citadel STEM Center and Fine Arts program worked together to transform campus into a week-long treasure hunt for 5th-8th grade students.

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