Portable device to monitor the blink reflex cleared by Food and Drug Administration

Dena Garner, Ph.D.,professor of Health and Human Performance, helped collect the initial findings that lead to the technology’s development and testing.

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Baker Veterans Fellowship recipients named for the 2019-20 academic year

The Tommy Baker Veterans Fellowship recipients include eight veteran students in The Citadel Graduate College, studying a variety of undergraduate programs.

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Citadel’s service commitment earns second Carnegie Foundation Classification for Community Engagement

“Being classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a community-engaged campus is an honor few colleges achieve. The real victory though is the many students who find their calling and go on to be lifelong engaged citizens.”

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A former four-star general, now president of AUSA, to speak at The Citadel

He’s one of the few people to rise from private to four-star general — and soon he’ll be at The Citadel to share some of his experiences.

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Scotty Schulhofer: Better With Age

A former member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets went on to a horse racing career that included 1,328 victories and earnings of $54,657,686.

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Rep. Cox picked as 1st head of new SC Veterans’ Affairs Dept

S.C. State Rep. Bobby Cox is a 2002 graduate of The Citadel, where he served as Cadet Regimental Commander in charge of all students.

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Out of the impact zone: Surf therapy helps veterans heal

The therapy uses surfing as a vehicle to teach veterans different techniques for coping with the psychological and physical scars of war.

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Citadel students featured in portrait series of women veterans in the Lowcountry

After their service, most of these veterans continue to give back in different ways, even though they are not in active duty.

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