Citadel engineering cadets and students designing airfield improvements for emerging electric aircraft

Senior Engineering majors will work on construction approaches needed to accommodate electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles.

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The Citadel promotes, honors two public safety officers

Clarence Brisbane was promoted from officer to patrol sergeant, and Thomas Shaffer was promoted from dispatcher to patrol officer.

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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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Dr. Shawn Edwards promoted to The Citadel’s new chief inclusive excellence officer role

“Elevating Dr. Edward’s role to Chief Inclusive Excellence Officer represents our commitment to this continuing effort and our confidence in her work.”

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The Citadel’s Matriculation Day welcomes new freshman cadets on campus

After a few days of settling in, freshmen are met with a shocking feat, Challenge Week, in preparation for their first year at school.

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Welcoming The Citadel’s new faculty

Photo above: New faculty listen to presentations at their orientation in the Swain Boating Center at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina on Tuesday, August 17, 2021. The Citadel would

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A message from the President of The Citadel for the Class of 2025

“We are ready for the challenges the pandemic brings, and maintain resources and best practices used during the last academic year.”

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COVID Protocol Reminders for Employees

Ahead of the fall semester, HR is reminding everyone about protocols for suspected, close contact and positive employee COVID-19 cases.

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The Fount: news from The Citadel School of Humanities and Social Sciences

The past year has strengthened my belief that the path to
principled leadership goes through the humanities and
social sciences.

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