6 reasons The Citadel’s evening nursing program may be right for you

Perhaps you’ve always wanted to be a registered nurse, but life got in the way. Perhaps you embarked on some other path, but now realize the appeal of a profession

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Faculty additions and promotions for the 2018-19 academic year

Welcoming new faculty to The Citadel and celebrating faculty promotions for the 2018-19 academic year.

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Students develop compounds in the search for a new pain relief drug

Citadel students are creating and studying compounds that could be used to produce a new pain relief drug or could contain new biological activities.

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New Partnership Connects Students to Veteran Patients

A brand new partnership between a Lowcountry college and downtown hospital comes with a unique military connection.

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Undergraduate research: refuting scientific dogma to prove a cellular discovery

A living cell has thousands of internal parts. The movement of those parts is at the center of a research effort led by a Citadel biology professor.

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Oikos, economics, and our coastal ecosystems

As disciplines, economics and ecology are largely thought of as distinct and separate from one another, often taught on opposite ends of campus.

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Nursing students working with VA patients under new partnership

A partnership between the VA and The Citadel allows students to work as paid nursing assistants in addition to doing their clinical training at the center.

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Military colleges aim to develop cyber programs

In an effort to address concerns over the looming skills gap, leading military colleges and universities in the US have moved to establish cyber institutes.

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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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