The Citadel School of Engineering

The Citadel School of Engineering continues to offers affordable and nationally ranked undergraduate and graduate programs in a number of engineering and project/program management disciplines.

Operating as usual

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Curiosity, Discipline, Leadership: Lessons from an Education at The Citadel

Donald E. Stone, Jr. Class of '80 and CEO of Dewberry (#36 in Engineering News Record Top 500 Design Firms) shares his lessons learned in leadership during his attendance at The Citadel military academy and subsequent time in the Army and reflects on his recent induction into The Citadel’s Academy of Engineers. Read more at: https://www.dewberry.com/news/blog/post/blog/2020/09/10/curiosity-discipline-leadership-lessons-from-an-education-at-the-citadel

dewberry.com This month, I am honored to be inducted into The Citadel’s Academy of Engineers. Since learning of this recognition earlier this year, I have been reflecting upon my time at The Citadel, and in particular the School of Engineering’s mission to “educate and develop principled engineering leader...

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Citadel School of Engineering recognizes four leaders in the profession | The Citadel Today

Citadel School of Engineering recognizes four leaders in the profession - Read more at: https://today.citadel.edu/citadel-school-of-engineering-recognizes-four-leaders-in-the-profession/

today.citadel.edu The Academy of Engineers honors those who have helped educate and develop principled engineering leaders to serve a global community.

Baker School of Business and School of Engineering team up to address global sustainability challenges, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/3epGGbj

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Engineering Projects in South Carolina

Repost from Weston & Sampson: Really looking forward to meeting The Citadel School of Engineering students on Monday, October 12 at your virtual #EngineeringCareer Expo. Be sure to connect with Weston & Sampson for a Zoom session and let us know your career goals. In the meantime, learn a bit more about our people and projects at: https://www.westonandsampson.com/engineering-projects-south-carolina/

westonandsampson.com Weston & Sampson is engineering practical solutions for today's complex infrastructure challenges, in South Carolina and beyond. CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO and see how we're transforming your environment. #scnews

Lowe, The Citadel launch educational program for Civil and Construction Engineering cadets and students, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/34eVogC

Congratulations to Dr. Jeffery Plumblee in the Citadel School of Engineering who recently received a VentureWell Faculty Grant to support two project-based courses! Plumblee was one of a group of thirteen grantees chosen through a competitive national review process. Read more about the award:
https://bit.ly/2DFCaYq

Money magazine ranks Citadel #2 in SC, #87 nationally, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/361qYRx

Citadel Civil Engineering

Remember when Dr. Kweku Brown was featured on our page for being named the 2020 ASCE-SC Educator of the Year? Due to COVID-19 measures, Dr. Brown just received his award last week. The "ceremony" was socially distanced, of course, but the Civil and Construction Departments were with him in spirit. Congratulations Dr. Brown!

My ring story: Humility over pride, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/35ZP9zK

Citadel Civil Engineering

The Citadel is # 9 in US News and World Report 2021 rankings of Undergraduate Civil Engineering, non PhD programs. https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/engineering-civil

1. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN
2. California Polytechnic State Univ. - San Luis Obispo, CA
3. United States Military Academy, West Point, NY
4. Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA
5. Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA
6. California State Polytechnic Univ. - Pomona, CA
7. California State Univ. - Fullerton, CA
8. Cooper Union for Advancement of Science & Art, New York, NY
9. The Citadel, Military College of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
9. California State Univ. - Los Angeles, CA

Thanks to everyone for all the dedication and hard work, over the years, that has gone into achieving this great recognition !

Two Citadel cadets earn Women in Defense scholarships, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/3b7SDRu

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Campbell Named to FCS Punter of the Year Watch List - The Citadel Athletics

Electrical Engineering Major Matt Campbell Named to FCS Punter of the Year Watch List - Congratulations Matt!

citadelsports.com AUGUSTA, Ga. – The Citadel junior punter Matt Campbell has been named to the 2020 FCS Preseason Punter of the Year Award watch list by the Augusta Sports Council. The award honors the nation's top collegiate punter in the FCS.

The Lowcountry Graduate Center, co-founded by The Citadel, moves locations, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/34iLHPT

The Citadel’s commitment to elevating education throughout South Carolina continues, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/3hRP5oj

Citadel Engineering faculty leaders making news with top awards, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/2BHAtsq

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Interested in a GA position within the School of Engineering?

Click on the following link to learn more and apply!

https://jobs.citadel.edu/cw/en-us/job/495902/school-of-engineering-graduate-assistantstudent-success-advisor

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Operation: Return to Campus 2020 | The Citadel

The entire team at The Citadel's School of Engineering has been working hard over the summer to get ready for the start of the Fall semester! We're looking at welcoming back our current cadets and students and meeting the new faces from the entering Class of 2024. See you soon!

For more information on the start of the Fall Semester, please bookmark and monitor our Operation: Return to Campus website at https://go.citadel.edu/return/

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Engineering a creative way to hold “hands-on” labs — online, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/2YQiAz9

Citadel engineers in high demand around SC and the nation, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/2ye4s9D

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News & Events - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

To the newest members of The Citadel's Long Gray Line, our transfer and graduate program students, we congratulate you on earning your degrees! As you enter the next chapter in your lives, we want you to know how incredibly privileged everyone here at the School of Engineering feels to have been part of your successful journey.

This is typically where one would say "good luck", but you've come this far and we know won't need it... We'll just say that it has been our honor and we look forward to keeping in touch and ultimately hearing about your successes in the future!

For a list of all of our graduates, commissioning students, and those who have earned other academic honors - please visit The Citadel's School of Engineering's News and Events site...

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Engineering cadets win $10,000 for, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/3eS5hFy

Alumnus CEO flies mechanical engineering cadets to world-leading company, makes offers to three, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/2yBeTUE

Citadel engineering student, Boeing employee, making devices to improve face mask comfort and fit, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/2KaOZcU

[04/08/20]   Undergraduate Students/Cadets, yesterday you were provided a link to an online Town Hall with the Dean. We look forward to hearing your feedback and answering any questions you have. See you tomorrow, April 9th at 12:30pm EST via Zoom.

Please check your Citadel email for the meeting link.

SC cadet students build robot hands to teach American Sign Language, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/2JGsbkI

Women’s History Month: meet several of the many outstanding women at The Citadel, via Engineering – The Citadel Today https://ift.tt/2QJUByo

[03/22/20]   Students, we eagerly look forward to working with you as we finish out the Spring semester TOGETHER! Everyone at the School of Engineering has been hard at work over the past week, thoughtfully preparing to go to remote instruction. While its not an ideal situation, we remain committed to providing the education and support that you expect and deserve from The Citadel.

Stay positive, stay focused, and stay healthy!

See you online this week... LET DO THIS!

For more information about The Citadel's operational status, please visit today.citadel.edu.

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The Citadel Today

Students, you are our primary mission. Know that even in these uncertain times, our entire team of faculty and staff remain committed to delivering the quality educational experience that you expect and deserve.

For the latest updates on The Citadel's operational status, please monitor notifications from the Bulldog Alert System and The Citadel's official media/news site at https://today.citadel.edu/

today.citadel.edu Founded in 1842, The Citadel is a landmark in Charleston and South Carolina that is noted for its educational reputation as well as its rich history.

Meet the extraordinary individuals being named to The Citadel's 8th Class of Academy of Engineers. You can learn more about who they are and their remarkable journey to become preeminent leaders in engineering and the national stage.

Learn more at https://www.citadel.edu/root/academy-of-engineers

The Citadel Academy of Engineers honors engineering leaders from both the public and private sectors who have enjoyed substantial success in their professional lives and made significant contributions to their communities. All our inductees have lived a life consistent with The Citadel School of Engineering mission, which is to “educate and develop Principled Engineering Leaders to serve a global community” and with the School’s values that include integrity, diversity, respect for others, professional and intellectual development for all, and excellence through continuous improvement.

Congratulations to Civil Engineering Cadet Strunk, C' , for being competitively selected as one of 16 interns for NASA's Psyche Inspired Program!

"The Psyche Inspired program brings undergraduate students from any major together to spend an academic year sharing the excitement, innovation, and scientific and engineering content of NASA’s Psyche mission with the public in new ways through four creative works."

We are so proud of you and all of your hard work!

Congratulations to Cadet Strunk, C' , for being competitively selected as one of 16 interns for NASA's Psyche Inspired Program!

"The Psyche Inspired program brings undergraduate students from any major together to spend an academic year sharing the excitement, innovation, and scientific and engineering content of NASA’s Psyche mission with the public in new ways through four creative works."

We are so proud of you and all of your hard work!

[02/11/20]   Want an affordable and flexible pathway to a nationally ranked engineering degree - that's open to everyone?

Begin your engineering degree at one of South Carolina’s Technical Colleges. Those who complete their 2-year associates degree, which includes engineering prerequisites (with at least a 2.0 GPA) can transfer to The Citadel to earn a Bachelors of Science in one of 5 engineering disciplines.

South Carolina residents can expect to save an average of $20,000 in tuition and fees over the course of 4-years, vs those who started as a freshman at a 4-year university.
(Source: SC-CHE 19-20 Tuition and Fee Report)

Get started by connecting to one of our admissions advisors...
Web - www.citadel.edu/eugs
Phone - (843) 953-5089
Email - [email protected]

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From alumnus to cadet: building a career in construction engineering | The Citadel Today

The first cadets to graduate with Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering degrees are preparing to transition from The Citadel to the professional world. Eight are scheduled to graduate in May.

In 2018, The Citadel School of Engineering expanded, adding a construction engineering major to its robust list of engineering degrees. Some existing members of the Corps moved into that major right away. Cadet James Jennings was one of them.

The full story at: https://today.citadel.edu/from-alumnus-to-cadet-on-building-a-career-in-construction-engineering/

today.citadel.edu As The Citadel's first Construction Engineering majors prepare to graduate, an alumnus and senior cadet team up to guide future engineers.

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Storm The Citadel catapults into its 10th year | The Citadel Today

Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the 2020 Storm The Citadel competition will challenge young competitors with science, math and engineering challenges as they design, build and test their trebuchets, or medieval-style catapults, as well as robots and water bottle rockets.

Storm The Citadel 2020 will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. across The Citadel campus.

The STEM event, for K-12 grade students, will once again bring up to 3,000 visitors to campus for what is now a tradition for many of the teams that compete. The team coming from the farthest distance: The St. Augustine Sea Cadets, from Florida.

Co-hosted by Google and The Citadel’s STEM Center of Excellence along with the School of Engineering, Zucker Family School of Education and the Swain Family School of Science and Mathematics, Storm The Citadel promotes STEM education and allows students to use the skills they learn in the classroom in tangible, exciting ways.

today.citadel.edu Storm The Citadel 2020, the 10th anniversary of the competition, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8 from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. across The Citadel campus.

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Citadel cadets' 'traffic solver' concept might save lives

Citadel cadets’ ‘traffic solver’ concept might save lives:
A group of mechanical engineering students at The Citadel may have come up with that better way and are looking to push their concept into the mainstream.

postandcourier.com A group of mechanical engineering students at The Citadel are one of five finalists in the military college's Baker Business Bowl, a program similar to the popular "Shark Tank" TV

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Evening and Online Undergraduate Degree Completion Programs - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

Did you know? Our 2+2 degree completion programs provide students with GUARANTEED access to an affordable Engineering Degree at The Citadel. Take classes in the afternoons/evenings in a traditional setting, without the uniform.

Find out more at:
http://www.citadel.edu/root/eveningundergraduatestudies-2-2-programs

citadel.edu The Citadel offers 12 evening and online undergraduate college transfer programs for students who wish to earn a bachelor's degree. Please click on the links below to learn more about our programs.

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