Mapping America’s extreme urban heat

“…nationally heat causes more deaths than flooding. People are not ordered to “evacuate” from a heat wave.”

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Editorial: Celebrate our success on Mars. Another giant leap may be near.

What they’re doing on site with the X-rays, UV and Raman spectroscopy, they can get that information directly uplinked.

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Citadel professor finds not all plastic is equal in study on decomposition

Weinstein said there are only about 100 of these composters, begging the question of whether someone who chooses a PLA product as a green option would actually be able to dispose of it properly.

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Astronomer Saul J. Adelman, Ph.D., presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who’s Who

The world’s premier publisher of biographical profiles, is proud to present Saul J. Adelman, PhD, with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Faculty heading into retirement with finesse after decades of leadership

In all, 13 members of The Citadel faculty retired after the 2019-2020 academic year, but their contributions will continue to be felt on campus.

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Cadet mentor, future nurse, builder of “Little Free Libraries” selected as Newman Civic Fellow

In recognition of his civic service, Crook was selected as a 2020 Newman Civic Fellow, after being nominated by The Citadel President, Gen. Glenn M. Walters

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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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