Holiday reading list idea: “Into the Shadows” by Lt. Col. Michael Brady

From managing threats to the homeland, to intelligence collection and emergency operations, Lt.  Michael Brady U.S. Army (retired) brings much more to a first- time novel than your average spy enthusiast. Brady served as a career tactical and strategic intelligence officer for the United States.

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Kate Brown, Robert Riggle among SoCon’s 2018 All-Conference Faculty and Staff

The Southern Conference is recognizing the assistant director of The Citadel’s Academic Support Center, Kate Brown, and business professor, Robert Riggle, Ph.D., as part of its 2018 All-Conference Faculty and Staff award recipients.

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Capturing the Power of Their Stories: “Las Voces del Lowcountry” Reveals Latino Experiences

While working as a counselor to Spanish-speaking immigrant families in the Charleston area for twelve years, Marina López was moved by the stories she heard: stories that told of struggles and despair but also revealed hopes and dreams.

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Citadel Veteran Students partnering with Junior League to help families with babies

The Citadel Student Veterans Association (CSVA), in conjunction with the Junior League of Charleston, is hosting a diaper drive to benefit families in the Lowcountry. They started Dec. 1 and will continue until the end of the day Dec. 15.

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Insider threat detection presentations at internet security World Congress by Citadel graduate student and professor

Malicious threats to an organization coming from people within that very organization are referred to as “insider threats.” Determining how to take technical control to detect and intercept insider threats is the focus of research underway by Citadel Graduate College student Lt. Andrew Tye.

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The Citadel Foundation earns prestigious CASE educational fundraising award

The Citadel Foundation has been named a recipient of a 2017 CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education) Educational Fundraising Award in overall performance, an honor given to superior fundraising programs at educational institutions across the country.

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New construction engineering program to begin at The Citadel in fall 2018

The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE) approved a new Construction Engineering Bachelor of Science degree program at The Citadel during its meeting Dec. 7 in Columbia.

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Deans selected for Baker School of Business, School of Science and Mathematics

Two accomplished academic leaders will join The Citadel as deans in the coming months, each to lead one of the college’s five schools.

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Citadel names new vice president for finance

Charles L. Cansler III will become The Citadel’s vice president for finance and chief financial officer (CFO) in mid-December. Cansler has 30 years of executive leadership, accounting and consulting including serving as vice chancellor for finance and administration at the University of Arkansas Little Rock.

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Regeneration of specimen’s body parts generates interest in Zanin’s advanced biology lab

While Citadel cadets and students are away enjoying fall furlough and Thanksgiving traditions around the U.S., some of their specimens left behind in the classroom lab have completed a complicated biological phenomenon: regenerating their body parts.

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