Welcoming new faculty and recognizing promotions

As the academic year begins, The Citadel is welcoming new faculty to its ranks and celebrating the promotions of current faculty members, with a new provost in the lead.

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The Lowdown: Plastics Research

Nationally renown ocean toxicology researcher, Dr. John Weinstein, chair of the Department of Biology at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. talks with OHM Radio about how plastic trash in waterways impacts sea and human life.

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Fortifying the Doors of the Internet

Citadel cadets conduct research to ensure the security of the IoT As seen in The President’s Report 2018 A laptop, a smart phone, a router, a Nest thermostat, an Echo Dot,

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From the Depths of the Marsh

Citadel cadets bring awareness to plastic pollution by turning trash into art As seen in The President’s Report 2018 When Cadet Caroline Klauber, a business administration major, enrolled in a fine

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21 down, 9,979 to go: The Citadel graduates its first class of nursing students

As seen in The Post & Courier, by Jerrell Floyd By 2030, a major nursing shortage has been predicted for South Carolina — the fourth worst in the country. So

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Dr. Dena Garner earns Governor’s Award for Excellence in Scientific Research

The Citadel Director of Undergraduate Research, Dena Garner, Ph.D., is the recipient of one of the top science awards presented by the state of South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster presented Garner

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Inaugural class of nurses graduating from The Citadel May 4

The Citadel’s first class of nursing students will accept their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degrees during commencement ceremonies on May 4, 2019.

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Is there plastic in Columbia’s drinking water? One study says yes

As seen on WIS-TV, by Paul Rivera For months, WIS has been investigating the effects of plastic waste on our Midlands waterways. On Monday, we told you about a floating

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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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Oceans, human health; climate change focus of unique new $5.7 million alliance

More than 20 researchers from five colleges and universities are beginning their work aimed at better protecting human health through the new Center for Oceans and Human Health and Climate Change Interactions.

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