The Citadel School of Science and Mathematics is proud to announce the awardees of the 2016-2017 Outstanding Student Award:
Cadet Marcus Q. Harbol
Marcus Harbol is a senior legacy student from Bothell, Washington. Marcus is completing a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Programming. He has had a very active research experience including presenting at many national, regional, and local math conferences and winning two presentation awards. After graduation, Marcus will be an engineer officer in the army.
Mr. W. Duncan Rhoad
Duncan Rhoad is pursuing a Master of Arts in biology. He is employed as a biology tutor at The Academic Support Center and as a lab assistant for the Gross Anatomy Lab at MUSC. he assisted with research on the endangered plant species, the American chaffseed, which was presented at the 2014 conference for the Association of Southeastern Biologists. After completing his master's degree, Duncan plans on attending medical school this fall.
The Citadel School of Science and Mathematics is proud to announce the awardees of the 2015-2016 Outstanding Student Award:
Undergraduate: Matthew Scalise
Cadet Matthew Scalise is a senior Biology major and Spanish minor, who will begin medical school at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville in the fall of 2016. Matt is deserving of this award based on his exceptional academic record, commitment to research and leadership activities.
Jordan received her B.S. in Genetics with a minor in Anthropology from Clemson University and is currently at the Citadel Graduate College receiving her masters in Biology. She plans to attend medical school and she is an outstanding student who has a scientific curiosity and love for learning.