School of Engineering announces three finalists for Dean

The search for a new dean The Citadel School of Engineering is now focused on three finalists for the position.

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Charleston native transforming warehouse into new fitness site Ethos

The 34-year-old Citadel graduate is spending about three-quarters of a million dollars to renovate and outfit his own gym on Huger Street.

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International African American Museum launches first digital exhibit

The IAAM assigned interns to gather history from across the Lowcountry. One of those interns is Keyshawn Gascey, a junior at The Citadel.

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Remembering Col. Robert S. Adden, The Citadel Class of ’44

As seen on Jhenrystuhr.tributes.com Robert S. Adden, 98, a long time resident of Charleston, passed away peacefully on March 6, 2021 after a brief hospitalization in Reston, Virginia. Born January 1, 1923

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With a Citadel graduate serving as navigator, Coast Guard tall ship ‘Eagle’ to be in Charleston with free port-side exhibits

Lt. Will Singletary, the navigator of the Coast Guard tall ship ‘Eagle,’ is a native of Charleston and a 2013 graduate of The Citadel.

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Remembering Major Gen. Arthur H. Baiden, III, U.S. Army (Ret.), The Citadel Class of 1962

Maj. Gen. Arthur Hamilton Baiden, III, U.S. Army, (Ret.) of Greenville, S.C., passed away on March 8, 2021 after living the life of a principled leader.

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Closing the cyber workforce gap: the first Citadel Dept. of Defense Cyber Institute team at work

“I believe that through this program and the leaders who are sharing their knowledge with us, I will be more than equipped for the cybersecurity world when I graduate.

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