Commentary: The heat we’re now experiencing is a bit different

“In October, the results of the research will be presented to help Charlestonians better understand the extent of their urban heat challenges…”

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Local groups, city leaders discuss ways to help waterway pollution

Scott Curtis, the director of the Near Center for Climate Studies at The Citadel, says storms will dump more water on Charleston in the future.

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The Citadel’s Near Climate Center assesses inaugural year

Photo above: National news correspondent Maya Rodriguez listens to Citadel professor Dr. Scott Curtis discuss the Near Center for Climate Studies new weather station on campus in May 2021. The

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Citadel professor recognized by ‘Marquis Who’s Who’

Citadel Physics professor Scott Yost, Ph.D., has been recognized for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics.

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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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Editorial: Celebrate our success on Mars. Another giant leap may be near.

What they’re doing on site with the X-rays, UV and Raman spectroscopy, they can get that information directly uplinked.

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Citadel Physics Department makes virtual learning into a physical reality for high school students

The Physics Department offers a virtual, but still hands-on, “class” for high school students about physics and its practical applications.

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Upcoming News from The Citadel – October 2020

A look at some of the events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including a virtual town hall for parents and more.

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Astronomer Saul J. Adelman, Ph.D., presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who’s Who

The world’s premier publisher of biographical profiles, is proud to present Saul J. Adelman, PhD, with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Remembering Lt. Col. James “Jim” Near Jr.

Photo: Lt. Col. James Near Jr. with son in the Australian Outback, near Ayers Rock. (Provided by the Near family.) Lt. Col. James “Jim” Byron Near Jr., USAF (Ret.), a

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