12 ways The Citadel promotes sustainability

Compressing summer workweeks, reducing food waste and composting, researching pollutants, repurposing and restocking plants for decor, and more!

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Citadel cadets, faculty and partners honored for civic engagement

Citadel cadets, faculty and partners are being recognized for their commitment to service learning and civic engagement.

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Chief of the Army Ordnance Corps promoted to the rank of brigadier general

The chief of the Army Ordnance Corps was promoted to the rank of brigadier general during a ceremony April 13 at Mark Clark Hall.

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The Citadel Sustainability Project: Growing revolutionary crops for an unpredictable future

Citadel cadets are learning how to grow crops in a controlled indoor “farm” setting, producing healthy, organic produce that can withstand unpredictable weather conditions or crop disease in the future.

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Four SC universities establish pipeline for doctorate degree program aimed at educators across state

Four colleges have joined forces to provide a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program in Education Systems Improvement Studies.

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Tires: An Emerging Threat to Our Waterways, Our Seafood, and Ourselves?

When you’re driving, every time you brake, speed up, or hug an S-curve, you leave tiny flecks of tire behind.

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First Impressions and Integrity: Being a Good Representative for Your Profession

Once someone knows your profession, all of their first impressions of other people with your profession will be based on their interactions with you!

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Citadel Board of Visitors announces selection of college’s 20th president

The Citadel’s 20th president will be Gen. Glenn M. Walters, USMC, who is currently serving as the Assistant Commandant of the United States Marine Corps.

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Cadet awarded Truman Scholarship

Cadet Matthew Miller was one of 59 students selected from 756 candidates across the country for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship.

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Author and historian to discuss Charleston’s LGBTQ history

An award-winning author who now serves as head of The Special Collections Department at the College of Charleston will give a presentation Tuesday, April 10 at The Citadel.

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