Leading microplastic pollution researcher, Dr. John Weinstein, to address French Parliament

Weinstein, whose research into microplastics pollution was recently featured in National Geographic, is being flown to Paris at the request of the French Embassy to share his discoveries.

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Citadel expands programs to improve physical readiness of military recruits and first responders

The Citadel’s Dept. of Health and Human Performance, and its newly established Center for Performance, Readiness, Resiliency, and Recovery (CPR3) are working to improve the safety and security of the state and the nation, through improving the fitness and health of its people.

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Citadel’s new nursing program earns national accreditation

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at The Citadel is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

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Restoring Compassion to Healthcare

The Citadel Healthcare Study Abroad Program, led by Capt. Sarah Imam, M.D., makes health care more personal by requiring students to do more than just observe.

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Pondering Plastic – Wildlife, Bans and Trash

Citadel professor John Weinstein, Ph.D. interviewed for a three-part series on plastic pollution in the ocean by South Carolina Public Radio

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The Citadel’s healthcare study abroad program receives global recognition

The Citadel Healthcare Study Abroad Program was recognized as a program of merit and was named a “Program of Distinction” by the Association of American Medical Colleges.

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Citadel nursing program takes aim at looming shortage

The Citadel offers the only evening program for nursing in the area, and it offers every nursing course every semester.

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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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Plastic scraps from Charleston Harbor make for trashy art

A group of cadets from The Citadel have entered a diving pelican sculpture in the Port Royal Sound Foundation Recycled Art Contest, to be judged against other schools and groups for a potential $2,000 in prizes.

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