In pursuit of transformation through travel

(Photo above: Citadel Prof. Alison Smith (left), and a co-volunteer from Indiana State University, Prof. Lisa Calvin, working in Spain with the organization American Pilgrims on the Camino) The Camino

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Intelligence gathering on Russia’s edge

Few, if any, U.S. colleges besides The Citadel, offer the opportunity to study abroad in the important locale of the Republic of Georgia.

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Notes from the Amazon

For four weeks, seven cadets and students from The Citadel shared the learning adventure of their lifetimes. It included traveling on the Amazon River by boat, working with indigenous people in the jungle and observing the complex ecosystem supporting the diverse animals and reptiles in the Peruvian rainforest.

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Prof. Lawrence Sullivan appointed to S.C. Commission on Consumer Affairs

Lawrence Sullivan, a geography professor, an instructor with the Department of History at The Citadel, was appointed to the South Carolina Commission on Consumer Affairs.

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First trip out of the USA takes cadet to Amazon basin

(Note: Carleton Bailiff has returned from Peru. You can find his final thoughts about his trip at the end of this article.) Peru is the fourth largest rain forest country

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Study military history from almost anywhere in the world – with the experts

Some of the most distinguished minds in military history today will teach students enrolled in The Citadel Graduate College’s new Master of Arts Degree in Military History.

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A Fulbright future for The Citadel

The Citadel and Fulbright Canada agreed to establish a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Humanities and Social Sciences starting in the fall of 2020.

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Citadel included in Vice News feature on reformed terrorist

Vice News came to the 2018 Intelligence and Cybersecurity Conference at The Citadel to cover a guest of Dr. Muhammad Fraser-Rahim. Rahim is a Citadel Department of Intelligence and Security studies professor, who is also the Executive Director, North America, for Quilliam International. Quilliam International is the world’s oldest counter-extremist organization with headquarters in the United Kingdom and Washington, D.C. Fraser-Rahim works to help de-radicalize former terrorists, which is how he came to know Mohammad Khalid, the subject of this story.

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What the Green Book was really all about

The Green Book was an important part of the lives of thousands of American motorists for almost decade, as Citadel historian and African American studies expert Professor Damon Fordham explains.

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Waterford celebrates 265th anniversary of Washington’s visit

Citadel historian David Preston has spent years researching and exploring how the British, French and Native American communities co-existed in the late 18th century.

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