Medieval warfare catapults Citadel professor into history

If he weren’t such a medievalist, it would be tempting to call Citadel English professor Michael Livingston, Ph.D., a Renaissance man.

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Positives of the Pandemic: Resiliency in Relationships

“We are actively seeking out communication in a way that we’ve never done before,” said Chip Taylor, Head of Psychology at The Citadel.

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All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team announced

Dr. Chip Taylor and Henry Bouton are The Citadel’s newest All-Southern Conference Faculty and Staff Team members.

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Past and future meet in a plastic present

An interdisciplinary team from The Citadel, with the Gibbes Museum, is lifting the veil that separates the artistic from the technological.

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Citadel Intelligence and Security Studies veteran student awarded Rangel Graduate Fellowship for foreign service

Ashley Towers served America for eight years in the Army National Guard’s military police force. Now she will serve the nation again, this time in foreign service through the U.S.

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Remembering longtime Democratic Party leader, veteran and Citadel professor, Don Fowler

Don Fowler, a man known for his leadership of and contributions to the Democratic Party, but especially for his for generosity of time and wisdom, passed away this week at the age of 85.

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Growing Acceptance of Mental Health Issues Generates Higher Demand in Clinical Counseling

With more acceptance of and interest in mental health, it’s no surprise that the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 22% increase in the mental health workforce between now and 2030. Earn your Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from The Citadel.

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Citadel ’02 alumna selected for American Red Cross board of directors in Illinois

Note: Ragan Freitag Pattison graduated from The Citadel in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She went on to earn a Juris Doctor, Law from Mississippi College

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