Cybersecurity cadet mentors AFJROTC cyber team, helping lead them to #1 in SC, and now a national competition

“It’s really been great to have the leadership of Cadet Stephens, and now the other Citadel cadets who are engaging to help the Ashley Ridge High School cyber team continue to grow and thrive.”

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The Charleston Engineers Joint Council selects Citadel professor Gafar Elamin as their 2022 Engineer of the Year

“Whether, serving students as a caring advisor and extraordinary teacher… Dr. Elamin has demonstrated a lifetime of exceptional service to STEM education in his local community and beyond.”

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Law Enforcement career jumpstart: first cadets are sworn in as community service officers

The Citadel welcomed its first class of cadet Community Service Officers during a ceremony led by the college’s Department of Public Safety.

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Commandant announces change to unit of assignment policy

“After consulting with Gen Walters, I believe we can achieve the objectives of the rebalance without moving the entire sophomore class each year.”

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Introducing the South Carolina Corps of Cadets leadership for 2022-23

“This will be the most consequential thing you have done up to this point in your lives.”

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Ready for takeoff: Citadel cadets prepare for aviation careers

After years of ROTC training at The Citadel, some cadets are getting ready to achieve their lifelong dreams and enter the military as aviators

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Dr. John Palms, ’58, honored by The Citadel’s Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics

“We are very excited to honor and recognize Dr. John Palms as the 2020 recipient of the Krause Center for Leadership & Ethics award…”

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Acquainting girl scouts with the fascination of engineering

The Citadel Society of Women Engineers chapter is on a mission to expand girls’ interest in engineering Within The Citadel School of Engineering there is a highly engaged chapter of

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