Breaking new ground for business learning and innovation at The Citadel

The state-of-the-art Bastin Hall is being constructed facing Hagood Ave. beginning in the early spring of 2018, with an anticipated completion time of about 18 months.

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Leadership Day symbolic of cadets’ year-round community service

The Citadel’s long-standing relationships with community partners such as the City of Charleston Recreation Department, the Charleston County School District, Habitat for Humanity and the Lowcountry Food Bank make it possible for cadets to learn the value of community service by volunteering on a regular basis.

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Citadel provost Connie L. Book to serve as Elon University’s ninth president

Connie Ledoux Book, Ph.D., The Citadel provost and dean of the college, will become Elon University’s ninth president. Book came to The Citadel in 2015, as the second ranking official of the college.

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Their journeys to earn The Citadel Band of Gold

The Citadel ring, known as The Band of Gold, symbolizes more than just a cadet’s time spent as a member of The South Carolina Corps of Cadets, or the time

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North Korean Nuclear Threat – Six-Party Talk Simulation at The Citadel

Some political science cadets and graduate students at The Citadel have a new perspective on the potential impacts of diplomatic efforts related to the global tension surrounding North Korea’s nuclear weapons tests.

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S.C. education deans urge officials to work on K-12 teacher shortage solutions

Deans of education programs at six colleges, including The Citadel, Clemson University and College of Charleston are combining their efforts to alleviate the K-12 teacher shortage crisis plaguing the state.

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Announcing The Citadel’s new Department of Intelligence and Security Studies

The Citadel now has the first, fully-dedicated Department of Intelligence and Security Studies offering undergraduate and graduate degrees, in the state of South Carolina. The Citadel Board of Visitors voted recently to establish the new department.

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Class of 1971 remembers second African-American graduate, Joseph Shine

Nearly 14 years to the date of the sudden loss of Citadel graduate Joseph Dawson Shine, two of his classmates, Tip Hargrove and Jim Lockridge, came back to The Citadel to share accounts of their time with him at the college.

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Citadel Graduate College professor, instructor assist in bridging counseling gaps in Belize

A husband and wife team of professors, Guy Ilagan, Ph.D., who teaches counselor education, and Jill Ilagan, PsyD., an adjunct instructor of psychology, recently returned from leading suicide prevention workshops in San Ignacio and Dangriga, Belize.

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The Citadel to host the Huge Foundation’s 2017 pitch competition

The Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business will host the third annual Network Globally, Act Locally (NGAL) pitch competition in June.

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