A reflection on race and leadership at Emanuel AME with Citadel Prof. Joe Riley and Rep. James Clyburn

A discussion held at the site of one of the nation’s most horrific hate crimes was held as a component of Prof. Joseph P. Riley Jr.’s course at The Citadel.

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Riley’s class open to the public for a discussion on race in America at Emanuel AME Church, with guest lecturer Congressman James Clyburn

As the city approaches the second anniversary of the mass shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, Citadel Prof. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. takes his class of cadets and students to the church for a discussion on race in America that will be open to the public.

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The Nurse’s Call

Preparing graduates to serve their communities is part of The Citadel’s mission, and the Swain Department of Nursing is helping to achieve that goal in a direct and meaningful way.

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Engineering professor invents potentially lifesaving military technology

A Citadel professor who spends much of his time teaching engineering on campus, spends the remainder of his time working with a team of researchers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in Adelphi, Maryland. Gregory Mazzaro, Ph.D., is a faculty member in The Citadel’s Electrical Engineering Department.

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Citadel professor earns 2017 Distinguished Book Award for military history

Research conducted by Citadel English professor, Michael Livingston, Ph.D., is changing the way scholars view an infamous battle that occurred centuries ago. The findings are published in Livingston’s latest book, The Battle of Crécy: A Casebook.

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Citadel’s New Nursing Department Made Possible By Swain Family

The Citadel’s new Swain Department of Nursing is being established through the generosity of a gift from the Swain family.

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The Citadel launching Swain Department of Nursing

The S.C. Board of Nursing has approved a nursing program at The Citadel, according to a news release.

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Inspired By Intrigue

Austin Gray has always been inquisitive. As the youngest of five boys, Gray was always asking – or pestering – his older brothers with questions. Now as an adult, that same curiosity has led him to pursue a PhD in environmental health science at UNCG.

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Citadel School of Engineering: Industry leader recognition and faculty awards

The Citadel School of Engineering Academy of Engineers highlighted 2017 engineering leaders from the public and private sectors.

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