The Citadel and Virginia Military Institute mark historic year with both Corps of Cadets being commanded by women

This year marks the first time both Corps of Cadets from The Citadel and Virginia Military Institute (VMI) are led by regimental commanders who are women.

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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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Final round of the Baker Business Bowl finds new home in Bastin Hall

An annual tradition with the Baker School of Business has a new home on campus — Bastin Hall, the new headquarters for the business school.

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Women in Defense Palmetto Chapter follows up with 2020 Scholarship Awardees at The Citadel

Provided by Women in Defense Palmetto Chapter (WID) Pictured above (left to right): Cadets Lillian Layden and Catherine Guenther, 2020 Women in Defense Palmetto ChapterĀ  Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

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What to Do With a Mechanical Engineering Degree

Lt. Col. Robert Rabb, the Mechanical Engineering department head, describes the profession as “one of the broadest engineering disciplines.”

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Two Citadel cadets earn Women in Defense scholarships

The Women in Defense Palmetto Chapter is pleased to announce Cadets Lillian Layden and Catherine Guenther as the awardees of its 2020 STEM Scholarship.

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