Researching the fundamental particles of matter

Citadel nuclear physics researcher Dr. Scott Yost is working to facilitate discovery of new particles with global collaborators and with the help of cadets.

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Your tires are polluting Charleston Harbor

Groundbreaking research shows that seven tons of microscopic plastic particles can be found floating in Charleston Harbor.

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Gifts name Citadel’s School of Science and Mathematics for Swain family

A pair of substantial gifts to name the Swain Family School of Science and Mathematics was formalized June 1.

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A lesson in gaining buy-in from policy makers: an author Q&A with Dr. Daniel Bornstein

Dr. Bornstein discusses how to align public health needs with the issues that matter to policy makers can create greater buy-in.

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The Healer’s Gift

Annie Harrington knows the important role that healthcare professionals and caregivers play in a patient’s road to recovery.

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Citadel nursing program cadet earns Palmetto Gold Scholarship

Future nurse and Bulldogs volleyball player, Cadet Caricia Rodriguez is the recipient of the South Carolina Palmetto Gold nurse scholarship.

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New device measures blink reflex parameters to quickly and objectively identify concussion

MUSC and The Citadel researched the Blink Reflexometer to see if it could help fill the need for more objective measures of concussion severity.

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Transportation and Health with The Citadel’s Jeff Davis and Dan Bornstein

In this episode, ITE Member William J. (Jeff) Davis, Ph.D., Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Daniel Bornstein, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Health, Exercise, and Sport Science, discuss the intersection of transportation and health.

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New South Carolina water pollution research from The Citadel points to tires, eco-plastics

Two disturbing findings made by researchers at The Citadel come as state legislators are dealing with a bill regarding the banning of plastic bags.

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