The Citadel honors the excellence and efforts of its faculty

After a year of overcoming unique challenges, The Citadel is recognizing some of its outstanding faculty members.

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From The Citadel to University of Cambridge: a cadet’s future on the rise

“Christian views criticism as an opportunity for improvement and always strives for perfection. He may be one of the most outstanding cadets I have ever met.”

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Citadel professor finds not all plastic is equal in study on decomposition

Weinstein said there are only about 100 of these composters, begging the question of whether someone who chooses a PLA product as a green option would actually be able to dispose of it properly.

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Class of ’21 cadet studying in Canada through prestigious Fulbright Killam Fellowship

The Citadel Honors Program cadet is studying at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, during the spring semester through a Fulbright Canada Killam Scholarship.

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Citadel student finds rare plant for the first time in Charleston County

Citadel Graduate College Biology researcher Celie Dailey said in trips to the Black River site, she had to push through thickets of grass taller than she was.

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What’s Lurking in our Flood Waters?

A joint research project, with Dr. John Weinstein and Dr. Claudia Rocha, is analyzing microplastics and bacteria found in tidal flood waters.

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A “General” review of the closed weekend

Cadets, who can’t leave campus before returning home for the long Thanksgiving/winter furlough, enjoyed some fun diversions for the on-campus weekend.

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Company accused of polluting ocean with plastic has an ally: SC ports

For John Weinstein, Ph.D., Department Head of Biology at The Citadel, the harm that plastics cause to marine ecosystems is his life’s work.

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Cadets and students are “SURE” to continue their investigative studies

A select number of cadets and students worked virtually throughout the summer as paid researchers in their areas of interest, guided by expert professors.

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