THE CITADEL

The Citadel Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering introduces more than 1,000 students a year to transportation engineering at three major events: Introduce a Girl to Engineering, STEM Festival, and Leadership Day at Spann Elementary. The Citadel also provides a 1-week summer camp on multimodal mobility, connected vehicles and congestion mitigation for 15-20 middle school students as a part of the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (SCGSSM)’s summer camp program. Partners in the K-12 programs include the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Lowcountry Branch, the Girls Scouts of Eastern South Carolina, the Lowcountry STEM collaborative, and local elementary schools.

K-12 at The Citadel

K-12 at The Citadel

Tour of Engineering Summer Camp A total of 16 students in grades 9th and 10th participated in The Citadel’s “Tour of Engineering” week-long (30 hrs) summer camp at the South Carolina Governor’s School of Science and Mathematics (SCGSSM) in Hartsville.… Read More

K-12 Update from The Citadel (Spring 2019)

2019 Teach a Girl Engineering On February 17, as part of the 2019 National Engineers Week program at The Citadel, 30 engineering students and the Society of Women Engineers hosted “Introduce a Girl to Engineering,” a STEM-based community outreach event.… Read More

K-12 Update from The Citadel (Fall 2018)

Summer Camp on Multimodal Mobility, Connected Vehicles and Congestion Mitigation A 1-week summer camp on Multimodal Mobility, Connected Vehicles and Congestion Mitigation was held June 17-23, 2018, in Hartsville, S.C., organized by the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics… Read More