Blacksburg grad gets ‘full ride’ to The Citadel

Zac Painter will enter The Citadel honors program in prestigious company when the Blacksburg High graduate heads to the military college.

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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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Nova Technologies honors stalwart engineering professor; 1970 alumnus, with scholarship in his name

Peeples’ devotion to all things in the realm of computer and electrical engineering, or “techno-lust” as he calls it, continues to earn him accolades.

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Citadel Distinguished Scholars Program preparing cadets to qualify for elite post-graduate scholarships

CDSP provides its scholars with targeted mentoring and fellowship advising – learning who they are, what they want to accomplish, and helping them chart a path for getting there.

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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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Citadel engineering student, Boeing employee, making devices to improve face mask comfort and fit

Marchant is using open source CAD files from the internet to produce the 3D print mask extenders and clips for medical personnel and front-line workers.

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Autonomous vehicles and AI: Citadel’s future engineers prepared to thrive in evolving technical landscape

The availability of highly skilled engineers prepared to help lead the development of A.I. and its associated industries in the Charleston, South Carolina area is vital to the state’s competitiveness and its economy. The Citadel School of Engineering, one of America’s oldest engineering programs, is meeting that growing demand.

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