New human simulation lab unveiled by Citadel’s Swain Department of Nursing

When learning how to treat patients, nursing cadets and students at The Citadel now have the ability to become proficient at inserting needles, checking vital signs, and even responding to heart attack or stroke symptoms before they begin to help treat live human patients.

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Citadel’s retiring president, Lt. Gen. John Rosa, to speak at commencement

When the South Carolina Corps of Cadets’ Class of 2018 graduates May 5, they will be addressed by one of the institution’s preeminent leaders, Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa, USAF (Retired),

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Citadel’s provost receives 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award

The provost and dean of The Citadel is the recipient of this year’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award.

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Friends of the Daniel Library spring lecture series kicks off with authors’ panel

The Citadel’s history, culture and leadership will be discussed during an upcoming panel with authors who have published books about the college.

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The Citadel at Sea program takes cadets and students on sailing-abroad tour

Citadel cadets and students will learn about leadership and teamwork while studying, living aboard and helping crew Charleston’s iconic Spirit of South Carolina schooner through the college’s new The Citadel at Sea program.

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Citadel celebrations planned in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

Communities across the country will honor the life and legacy of one of the nation’s greatest leaders on Martin Luther King Jr. Day this Monday, January 15. Students, faculty and staff of The Citadel will join this celebration with a series of activities Jan. 15-16.

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Citadel-led study reveals threat to U.S. military readiness due to unfit recruits

A research study released by The Citadel in collaboration with the U.S. Army Public Health Center and the American Heart Association is the first to show that the low fitness of U.S. Army recruits from 10 Southern states poses a threat to military readiness and national security.

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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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