America’s Intelligence Community gains 85 new professionals from the South Carolina Corps of Cadets

The Class of 2022 includes 85 cadets who studied Intelligence and Security Studies. Before graduation, some shared their career goals and advice for others considering The Citadel.

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Citadel professor co-organizing conference marking 50th anniversary of Watergate

Registration is now open for the free, online conference that will allow Watergate experts to explore some of the scandal’s lingering mysteries.

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Advancing careers: certificates in intelligence analysis

Students in the Intelligence and Security Studies online program come from all over the country with a variety of backgrounds.

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The Citadel faculty serving as expert resources on Ukraine and many trending issues

Photo: Dr. Jeffrey Rogg, a professor in the Department of Intelligence and Security Studies, during an interview with WCSC-TV on Wednesday, March 16. Faculty answers call to contribute from media,

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Law Enforcement career jumpstart: first cadets are sworn in as community service officers

The Citadel welcomed its first class of cadet Community Service Officers during a ceremony led by the college’s Department of Public Safety.

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Embassy of Georgia welcomes Citadel cadets and students studying in D.C.

The timing for our gathering at the Embassy of Georgia was fortuitous from an educational aspect. There were numerous high level Georgian officials.

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Citadel professor to publish companion book on internationally best-selling “Wheel of Time” series

“Origins of The Wheel of Time” is written by Michael Livingston, Ph.D., Secretary-General of the United States Commission on Military History and professor of medieval literature at The Citadel

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