Positives of the Pandemic: Resiliency in Relationships

“We are actively seeking out communication in a way that we’ve never done before,” said Chip Taylor, Head of Psychology at The Citadel.

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What’s Lurking in our Flood Waters?

A joint research project, with Dr. John Weinstein and Dr. Claudia Rocha, is analyzing microplastics and bacteria found in tidal flood waters.

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Medieval warfare catapults Citadel professor into history

If he weren’t such a medievalist, it would be tempting to call Citadel English professor Michael Livingston, Ph.D., a Renaissance man.

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All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team announced

Dr. Chip Taylor and Henry Bouton are The Citadel’s newest All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team members.

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Letters to the Editor: Trees offer many benefits beyond helping with storm water

Scott Curtis, Ph.D., is the director of The Citadel’s Lt. Col. James B. Near, Jr., USAF, ’77 Center for Climate Studies.

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Charleston County’s Dawson confirmed by US Senate to be new SC federal judge

Dawson, 50, a 1991 graduate of The Citadel and 1997 graduate of the University of South Carolina Law School, will be the only African American male judge on the state’s federal bench.

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Remembering longtime Democratic Party leader, veteran and Citadel professor, Don Fowler

Don Fowler, a man known for his leadership of and contributions to the Democratic Party, but especially for his for generosity of time and wisdom, passed away this week at the age of 85.

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The Citadel Department of Athletics Announces Partnership with Roper St. Francis Healthcare

Roper St. Francis Healthcare will be listed as one of The Citadel athletics department’s first cornerstone partners and coined as the official healthcare provider fpr Bulldog athletics.

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What to Do With a Mechanical Engineering Degree

Lt. Col. Robert Rabb, the Mechanical Engineering department head, describes the profession as “one of the broadest engineering disciplines.”

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The Economic Impact of Climate Change

From South Carolina Public Radio, by Mike Switzer 2020’s hurricane season has been one of the most prolific in history, suggesting to most climate experts that global warming is accelerating. 

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