• August

    Establishing a Work/Life Balance

    Summer has almost come to an end. School is starting again soon. This means the end of our
  • July

    A Scout is...

    A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty,
  • Family Readiness is more than you know

    When you think of Family Readiness, I am sure you think it only pertains to deployed personnel and
  • What makes a good leader?

    “I feel there are many components to leadership; the most important ones to me are integrity,
  • Rolling Over

    Earlier this year, the Charleston District’s St. Stephen Powerhouse hydropower units hit 999,999
  • Immerse Yourself

    The plumes of dust flying through the air didn’t seem to bother the radiant butterflies floating
  • Don't hang your boat out to dry

    How many times have you been ready for a great day out on the water, but when you put your boat in,
  • Always ready to respond

    While hurricane season is only from June 1st to November 30th, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Handy Hurricane Help

    The wind is howling; rain is pouring through the windows; trees are falling down all around you!
  • Meet the RAMbLr

    The Charleston District’s survey section is no stranger to using advanced visualization technologies
  • Serving our customer; no job too small

    Updating security systems, replacing carpeting and installing access ladders are all small projects
  • June

    Leading the Way

    To put student’s education into action, Project Lead the Way, a non-profit organization, was created
  • Making Connections

    On March 12, I took a break from classes at Clemson University to shadow at the U.S. Army Corps of
  • Cougars Pounce on Folly Beach

    Students from College of Charleston’s Water Use Law class took a rare field trip to Folly Beach to
  • Recruiting America's Future Engineers

    What do you get when Clemson University, North Carolina State University, local construction/A&E
  • Testing a Load

    Picture frames, birdhouses and pencil holders are a few items that can be made from craft sticks and
  • Building the Future

    Greeted by the sounds of sawing, hammering and drilling as they entered the construction class at
  • S.T.E.M. on the Line

    Only 12 percent of engineers in the U.S. are women so it’s no wonder, according to the Girl Scout
  • Putting Students to the Test

    Lowcountry middle school students are transforming into engineers, economists and other roles as
  • Storming Through Folly Beach

    As students walked up to the pipes spewing sand and water and bulldozers pushing sand up the dunes,