The Next Generation of Humanitarians

Citadel Humanitarian Club challenges cadets to create innovative solutions under unique constraints As seen in The President’s Report 2018 Imagine being in rural Haiti on a mountainside dirt road at the

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Top jobs for School of Engineering graduates; what they say about The Citadel

Candace works at the Google Data Center in Monks Corner, South Carolina. “I decided to attend The Citadel Graduate College, because they’re seen as the best in the Lowcountry for Project Management.”

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Celebrating success: The South Carolina Corps of Cadets Class of 2019

Approximately 500 members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets (SCCC) are being awarded diplomas on May 4, and are progressing to their next step in life whether it be a career as a military officer; a job as a working professional; attending graduate, medical or law school, or serving in internships.

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Remembering Maj. Gen. Carroll LeTellier, The Citadel Class of 1949

“Maj. Gen. Carroll LeTellier is respectfully remembered by many in The Citadel community,” said Gen. Glenn M. Walters, USMC (Ret.), president of The Citadel. “He served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for almost three decades, was known for his engineering designs and direction related to major projects around the nation including the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston, and served in numerous capacities as a leader on campus. He will be greatly missed.”

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Top principled leaders receive Palmetto Awards

The Palmetto Medal Award, one of the highest awards presented by The Citadel, was given to four people who embody the college’s definition of principled leaders during the military review

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Hundreds of students Storm The Citadel for 2019 STEM competition

Students from around the state are celebrating the result of their hard work after a successful showing at the ninth annual Storm The Citadel event. Hundreds of students, from K-12

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Staying fit in space: exploring exercise through project-based learning

An excerpt from Science Scope, January 2019, Volume 42 Science Scope is the National Science Teachers Association peer-reviewed journal for middle level and junior high school science teachers. The publication

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The Latest Crop Of Engineering Students Benefit From Face-To-Face Mentoring And Feedback

We need these talented young people to help us transform our businesses and processes to compete as effectively as possible in the not-so-distant future. Paying our success forward now as mindful mentors who understand what these future professionals value most will keep our businesses relevant as this generational shift progresses.

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Gravity, traction, and trajectory – the winning formula for Storm The Citadel 2019?

The Feb. 9, 2019 event will once again bring up to 3,000 visitors to campus for what is now a tradition for many of the teams that compete. But as STEM teachers from K-12 schools, engineering mentors, business, community, college and military team leaders consider their strategies, some of them have a have a new puzzle to ponder.

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The Citadel School of Engineering Dean earns national recognition

During his tenure as dean, The Citadel School of Engineering has grown more than 200 percent and has more than doubled its offerings. New programs developed in the past five years include Construction Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Project Management.

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