Too much screen time? Maybe not, depending on what your child is doing, says incoming Citadel dean of education

“A lot of the research kind of gets thrown out at this point,” said Evan Ortlieb, Ph.D., incoming dean of education at The Citadel.

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Upstate commercial lab, founded by Citadel alum, first in SC to test for COVID-19

Kevin Murdock, Class of 1992, founded Premier Medical Laboratory Services, the first private SC commercial testing facility to test for COVID-19.

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Photos: Citadel cadets return to clean barracks

Citadel cadets in the 2nd and 3rd Battalions returned to campus to clean their rooms inside the Law and Padgett-Thomas Barracks.

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‘Zoombombing’ phenomenon threatens SC educational spaces, events

Cory Nance, a cybersecurity and computer science professor at The Citadel, said that hackers are able to take control of Zoom meetings a few different ways.

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Service academies grapple with commissioning grads amid pandemic

The Citadel has its Army cadets take the oath of office together, going one-by-one to state their name, then repeating the rest of the oath in unison.

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Citadel alumnus, Charleston native promoted to major general

Major General David Wilson, a member of the Class of 1991, is the first African American graduate from The Citadel to become a two-star general.

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Public Higher Ed Partners to Produce Critical COVID-19 Medical Supplies

A project that began with The Citadel, MUSC and Coastal Carolina University to produce crucial medical equipment has grown into a statewide effort.

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SC State Guard mobilized to set up field hospital in Charleston

MAJ David Preston, Ph.D., a Citadel History professor, is the Executive Officer of 3rd Battalion, 1st Civil Support Brigade in the S.C. State Guard.

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3D printed masks at The Citadel help save lives

Dan Hawkins, Dr. James Bezjian, Dr. Sarah Imam have been hard at work 3D printing six medical masks a day, to be donated to MUSC.

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Traditional Media is not Dead

Maria Aselage is a full-time marketing and communications professor at The Citadel, who owns HearSay Communications, a Charleston-based boutique company.

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