Career fair brings employment opportunities to cadets and students

As The Citadel prepares cadets and students for success in the workforce, the Career Center gives them the tools needed to find the right job.

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The Charleston Engineers Joint Council selects Citadel professor Gafar Elamin as their 2022 Engineer of the Year

“Whether, serving students as a caring advisor and extraordinary teacher… Dr. Elamin has demonstrated a lifetime of exceptional service to STEM education in his local community and beyond.”

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Ready for takeoff: Citadel cadets prepare for aviation careers

After years of ROTC training at The Citadel, some cadets are getting ready to achieve their lifelong dreams and enter the military as aviators

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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 winners of the Baker Business Bowl make a splash

Members of the winning team are looking forward to representing The Citadel in the first ever SoCon Entrepreneurship Challenge next week.

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Certificates in Advanced Engineering Serve Workers and Employers

As seen on LowcountryGraduateCenter.com, by Barrry Waldman Lowcountry employers like Boeing, Mercedes Benz, Volvo, Bosch, NIWC, Cummins, Rotorion, Santee Cooper and many more seek engineers with advanced degrees in a

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All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team announced

“The conference celebrates the outstanding work and accomplishments by these talented faculty and staff members at each of our member institutions.”

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On his way to two degrees: Meet Air Force veteran student Kevin Bosshart

Kevin Bosshart is a veteran day student pursuing a Mechanical Engineering degree; he earned a Bachelor of Science in Physics in 2019.

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An interview with Cadet Col. Kathryn Christmas

“I grew up in a very small social bubble and because of that, I had a small understanding of what the world had to offer and how other people think.”

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