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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The Citadel recognizes the Employee and Team of the Year who helped the college navigate COVID-19

The Citadel is proud to recognize more than a dozen people who helped ensure cadet success, both daily as well as through the COVID crisis.

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Engineering ExCEL-lence at The Citadel

Selected students receive up to $10,000 annually toward their tuition, and access to unique academic and professional development resources.

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Larry L. Melton, Jr., PMP, Named Vice Chair of Dewberry Board of Directors

Larry Melton Jr., a member of The Citadel Class of 1984, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

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The Citadel begins search for new School of Engineering dean

One of the top objectives for the person selected to lead The Citadel School of Engineering will be to develop programs and practices with clear over-arching goals, in collaboration with faculty, staff, cadets and students, to guide the school’s evolution under the Our Mighty Citadel 2026 plan

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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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Citadel Engineering faculty; alumnus leaders making news with top awards

Faculty and an alumnus from The Citadel School of Engineering are the proud recipients of awards from the 2020 American Society of Civil Engineers.

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Citadel engineers in high demand around SC and the nation

There are distinct advantages for those graduating from one of the five oldest engineering programs in America, and one that is consistently ranked in the top 25 nationally. By graduation

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Why is pluff mud smelly and can it be stabilized? Civil engineering undergrad researchers look for answers

It’s the “why” behind the scent of pluff mud, and the thought of making use of this vast natural resource, that’s behind an on-going undergraduate research project in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The Citadel.

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Citadel Prof. Simon Ghanat named South Carolina Civil Engineer of the Year

The state’s Civil Engineer of the Year, as named by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) South Carolina Section, is Simon T. Ghanat, Ph.D., P.E., a professor in The Citadel School of Engineering.

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