Jared W. Perdue, P.E., The Citadel Class of 2003, appointed as Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation

“To ascend to Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation 18-years after graduating from college is an amazing accomplishment.”

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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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The Citadel School of Engineering earns ASEE diversity recognition

“The Bronze level recognition means that your college is among the nation’s leaders in inclusive excellence.”

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Transforming airports for the future’s vertical flying vehicles

The cadets are designing the ground infrastructure, including vertical landing ports or vertiports, needed at regional airports.

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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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Work on replacement for Capers Hall brings research home for longtime Citadel engineering professor

A nationally renowned Citadel professor is an expert on the structural elements that make the building foundation safe and resilient.

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Lowe hosts cadet-recruits for lecture series

The Citadel’s ExCEL program is a scholarship and development program sponsored by the National Science Foundation for students who show exceptional leadership potential.

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