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July 18, 2019
1. Autonomous vehicles and AI: Citadel’s future engineers prepared to thrive in evolving technical landscape
Artificial intelligence is present in the daily lives of most people, even if few stop to consider the source. A.I. guides ride sharing apps, commercial airliners, and even mobile check deposits. The availability of highly skilled engineers prepared to help lead the development of A.I. and its associated industries in the Charleston, South Carolina area is vital to the state’s competitiveness and its economy. The Citadel School of Engineering, one of America’s oldest engineering programs, is meeting that growing demand. It takes computer, electrical and mechanical engineering ingenuity to develop the A.I. supporting an autonomous vehicle, for example. Engineering students at The Citadel are already learning how to integrate those disciplines and have been for years.
Published in: The Citadel Today - Online
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July 18, 2019
2. COLLEGE NEWS: Citadel commencement

More than 500 members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets accepted diplomas during The Citadel's May 4 commencement ceremony in McAlister Field House. Local graduates include Octavia Wolfe and Colby Bruner, both of Orangeburg; Cole Cleland of Harleyville; Dylan Lilly of Dorchester; and Daniel Ilderton of St. George. Nearly 450 members of The Citadel Graduate College accepted diplomas during The Citadel's commencement ceremony on May 4 in McAlister Field House. Local graduates include George McIntosh of Bamberg; Ashley Russell of Swansea; William Rickenbaker of Cameron; Rebecca Hanna of Dorchester; Katherine Jenkins of Orangeburg; Teandra White of Harleyville; James Cason of Eutawville; Thomas Weeks and Trenton Silvers, both of St. George; and Demario Kitt of Bowman.

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Published in: The Times and Democrat - Online
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July 18, 2019
3. Col. Chad Smith reaches retirement from U.S. Army
Col. Chad H. Smith retired from the U.S. Army July 12, at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, during a ceremony hosted by Maj. Gen. Thomas H. Todd, program executive officer for Army aviation. Smith’s retirement celebrated 27 years of service to the nation. In his last assignment, he served as the Contingency Operations Officer at PEO Aviation. Smith is a 1988 graduate of Cedartown High School and received his commission from The Citadel in 1992, where he was a distinguished military graduate. Smith holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from The Citadel.
Published in: Rome News-Tribune - Online
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