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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Remembering a titan of the engineering profession: Jack McCormac, Citadel Class of 1948

“…the Engineering News-Record listed Jack McCormac as one of the most outstanding 125 engineers and architects of the last 125 years…”

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Valor & Value: Veterans talk about their business traits

Brown attended The Citadel on an Army ROTC scholarship. He was an Army captain for six years and served in Special Forces as a Green Beret.

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Dr. Andrew Williams to lead The Citadel School of Engineering

“Dr. Williams is a strategic financial planner who has helped raise approximately $29 million in grants and support for education and research from organizations including Apple, Boeing, GE, GM, Google, IBM, and NASA.”

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2 sets of twins x 4 Engineering degrees = very bright futures

In ’21, there are some unusual ties between the Mechanical and Civil Engineering programs: Two mechanical engineers, two civil engineers, four athletes and two musicians.

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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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