The Citadel's Honors Program is a specially designed educational experience meeting the needs of students with an outstanding record of academic achievement and a sense of intellectual adventure. While pursuing any one of seventeen degree programs offered
The Citadel's Honors Program is a specially designed educational experience meeting the needs of students with an outstanding record of academic achievement and a sense of intellectual adventure. While pursuing any one of seventeen degree programs offered by The Citadel, Honors Students take a series of Core Curriculum Honors courses--for example, studies based in literature and writing, history, and mathematics,--concentrated in their first two years, and an occasional Honors Seminar in their third and fourth years.
Mission: SPECIAL PROGRAM OF PRE-PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING SMALL CLASSES DISCUSSION-STYLE TEACHING TUTORIAL SESSIONS SPECIAL CURRICULUM FELLOW HONORS STUDENTS STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE HONORS FACULTY SPECIAL DIPLOMA SEAL AND TRANSCRIPT EMPHASIS ON LEADERSHIP
Proud of our Honors Program members who were selected to be Distinguished Scholars!
today.citadel.edu Nine cadets were selected for a new, rigorous academic program as freshmen. The goal is to help them apply for prestigious universities and scholarships.
Citadel English, Fine Arts, and Communications Department
Thanks to Rick Keating '81 for this one!
Captain Grammar Pants
Arlene Miller, @TheGrammarDiva, includes delightful tips such as these on her page. (hat tip to Marie Eaton!)
Miskatonic University Library
Nebula Tales Magazine
Classical Studies memes for Hellenistic teens
Reposting for fun
As a young man I applied to be a Rhodes Scholar twice and was turned down both times. Just think how different my life would have been if I'd been accepted. I'm sure I never would have become an astronaut much less walked on the moon. Sometimes your greatest disappointments or failures lead to your greatest success. So just remember, failure is always an option. #NoDreamIsTooHigh
Maks Viktor Antiquarian Books
Extremely Shortened Versions of Classic Books For Lazy People by John Atkinson / www.wronghands1.com
1LT Thomas McGuire (‘16) representing overseas!
Soldiers assigned to the 1-4 Infantry Regiment act as opposing forces during #AlliedSpirit X to train soldiers from other nations. This training enhances #partnerships with our allies, while maintaining overall #readiness.
#StrongEurope #Traintowin 7th Army Training Command
Congratulations to the Class of 2019!! *Smacks hands vigorously*
They’re clearly on to something!
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This is too real.
360° photo of Dr. Maddox’s Honors History II class, covering Metternich and the Congress of Vienna!
A typical Tuesday/Thursday morning Honors “Special Topics” class about critical thinking with Dr. Ragan, talking about everything from how we discuss politics on the internet to how human behavior affects economic and other decisions.
Each year, 25 incoming freshmen are accepted into The Citadel Honors Program—a commitment that adds increased academic rigor to what is already one of the most demanding college freshman experiences in America. http://bit.ly/2WGhJhF
Our very own Cadet Miller!
When presented with the chance to step outside of his comfort zone internationally, Cadet Logan Miller accepted not one but three study-abroad opportunities during his four years at The Citadel. http://bit.ly/2CmVjJQ
Word Play Hotel...
We're touring the UK and Ireland in 2020 http://bit.ly/FahTourYoutube
Enlisted Nine Fight Company
The school year is underway.. and snacks and coffee are a necessity! Hopefully this supply will get the students through the week.
Well done Honors Program cadet Logan Miller!
The Citadel military college accepted it's largest freshman class & it's largest FEMALE freshman class with 78 cadets. Bravo! STORY: https://bit.ly/2OvWNpD
All Honors Program current students, alumni, and faculty are invited to submit original poetry, prose, and artwork to the student led literary and arts journal, Sanctuary.
Cadet John Clark, an accounting major from Macon, Georgia, was named the first honor graduate of the Class of 2018. He will enter the Army as an officer and took his commissioning oath Friday, May 4. http://bit.ly/2KCVeoE
Congratulations to the Honors Program Class of 2018!
Matthew Miller (Honors Program class of 2019), who is currently interning in Washington, D.C., was informed earlier this month that he had been selected as a Truman Scholar with a surprise phone call from Lt. Gen. Rosa!
The Truman Scholarship is the country’s most prestigious scholarship for aspiring public service leaders. Matthew was selected as one of 59 Truman Scholars from a group of 756 applicants at 312 colleges and universities. He is The Citadel’s fifth Truman Scholar since the program was established by the Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Act in 1975.
Matthew, a champion for sustainability initiatives both on- and off-campus, has an extensive record of service and leadership in various campus efforts to promote stewardship of natural resources: he is the founder of the Citadel Sustainability Committee (which works to improve recycling programs on campus) and a leader on the Sustainability Project (a cadet-run aeroponic container farming program). He has also served in the Corps as a squad corporal and will be Victor Company’s honor representative and academic officer for fall 2018.
Awards and scholarships Matthew has received as a cadet include the Citadel Scholarship, the Dr.Mohr/Huge Foundation Scholarship, and the Star of the West International Summer Study Scholarship. Matthew has received gold stars for every semester enrolled at The Citadel.
Came into the Honors Seminar Room this morning for a class on Madame Bovary and--lo and behold!--the anonymous Easter Bulldog-Bunny had left goodies galore! Thank you, anonymous EB-B, for your kind generosity, on behalf of the forever-famished Citadel Honors Program students.
For those of you who don’t know about the Leidenfrost effect (and those who do)
Two physicists conducted a series of playful experiments—and discovered a new and fun means to manipulate the movement of water.
A handy guide for those unaware...
Look what arrived anonymously in the mail today. We have the best parents / friends / benefactors ever! Thank you, thank you, thank you...from the bottom of our stomachs!
And so it begins...
Designed to motivate and assist veterans in the development of academic and other skills necessary for acceptance and success in secondary education.
At Caring for Haitian Orphans with AIDS Inc, we believe life is precious. This organization exists because we do not want another child to leave this earth knowing that adults do not care. There are many children like Valcuse in Haiti and many othe
Did you know that you can donate directly to the School of Engineering? A donation today helps engineers for tomorrow! http://foundation.citadel.edu/csoe
Charleston Day School is located in the heart of historic Charleston, SC, where students in grades K-8 are challenged, inspired and engaged each day.
Bring a pulsera sale to life in your school and join us in making the world a more colorful & equal place. www.pulseraproject.org/getinvolved
The only Master of Education in Languages Program in the state of South Carolina.
Graduating Class of 1965 Gordon H. Garrett High School
1) To promote the study of the French language 2) To provide students with the opportunity to speak French outside of class 3) To expose students of French to the French and Francophone cultures.
For the use of the Citadel English Club.