A Ticket to Engineering Success

With The Citadel’s growing focus on global learning, study abroad programs are more diverse and wide-ranging than ever. This summer, Ron Welch, dean of the School of Engineering, led students on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

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At the Trading Desk

From my desk in an office I shared with another summer intern in Dulles, Virginia, I generated a list of banks from the Bloomberg terminal that would participate in an upcoming $50 million syndicated loan.

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Resilience in the Face of Adversity

When Lt. Col. Petra Lovetinska Seipel, ’00, returned to her alma mater in March to speak at the 10th annual Principled Leadership Symposium, her visit coincided with a personally significant commemoration.

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The Nurse’s Call

Preparing graduates to serve their communities is part of The Citadel’s mission, and the Swain Department of Nursing is helping to achieve that goal in a direct and meaningful way.

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The Promise of Something Great

Former Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. graduated in 1964 and returned to his alma mater in 2016. In the 52 years between, Charleston, once a shabby Southern city mired in racial tensions and economic hardship, has emerged as a major tourist destination that attracts people from all over.

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The Little Things: The Double Helix of The Citadel Experience

All biology majors know that two interconnected biopolymer strands coil around each other to form a double helix that makes up each deoxyribonucleic acid molecule. Embedded in that DNA molecule is the individual genetic code that makes us all unique individuals.

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