Citadel-led study reveals threat to U.S. military readiness due to unfit recruits

A research study released by The Citadel in collaboration with the U.S. Army Public Health Center and the American Heart Association is the first to show that the low fitness of U.S. Army recruits from 10 Southern states poses a threat to military readiness and national security.

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Physically fit recruits for Army are hard to find. Especially in these states

The Army’s problem of finding physically fit recruits at a time of rising obesity in the United States is especially acute in the South.

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Insider threat detection presentations at internet security World Congress by Citadel graduate student and professor

Malicious threats to an organization coming from people within that very organization are referred to as “insider threats.” Determining how to take technical control to detect and intercept insider threats is the focus of research underway by Citadel Graduate College student Lt. Andrew Tye.

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Amy Joseph on Preparing Nurses for Leadership Roles

Amy Joseph, Swain Department Head of Nursing at The Citadel, talks about how important leadership is in the nursing field.

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Regeneration of specimen’s body parts generates interest in Zanin’s advanced biology lab

While Citadel cadets and students are away enjoying fall furlough and Thanksgiving traditions around the U.S., some of their specimens left behind in the classroom lab have completed a complicated biological phenomenon: regenerating their body parts.

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Cadet earns position in National Reconnaissance Office program

Alexis Edwards, a member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, has earned the opportunity to be an intern with the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) program.

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The Value of Grant-Funded Scientific Research

Talk of deep cuts in federal funding for basic and applied research this past spring had many in the scientific community alarmed.

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Announcing The Citadel’s new Department of Intelligence and Security Studies

The Citadel now has the first, fully-dedicated Department of Intelligence and Security Studies offering undergraduate and graduate degrees, in the state of South Carolina. The Citadel Board of Visitors voted recently to establish the new department.

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REU program focus on Dr. Shankar Banik

Dr. Shankar Banik, Mathematics and Computer Science at The Citadel, was one of our recent REU recipients for “Ensuring Fairly Timed Network Communication.”

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Undergrad researchers yield change-making results while refining career paths

Undergraduate researchers are vigorously engaged in discovery and learning at The Citadel throughout the year.

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