New Citadel degree helps educators and professional development specialists teach in evolving educational environments

With a focus on alternative learning systems, the Zucker Family School of Education is now offering a new graduate degree to better serve educators.

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Meet The Citadel’s new mascot, Gen. Mike D. Groshon, a.k.a. G3

And learn the new mascot Knob Knowledge Operation Fall Return 2020 has about 2,301 central figures: 2,300 cadets and cadet recruits, and one future superstar who represents the return of

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The Class of 2024 reports to campus

The full Class of 2024 reported to campus throughout Saturday, August 8, joining the more than 600 cadets who were already on campus.

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Campus COVID-19 Case Tracker updated daily

The Citadel will update the number of cases daily, every Monday – Friday, on the COVID-19 Case Tracker located at the top of the special COVID-19 webpage.

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Citadel Engineering faculty; alumnus leaders making news with top awards

Faculty and an alumnus from The Citadel School of Engineering are the proud recipients of awards from the 2020 American Society of Civil Engineers.

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One of The Citadel’s most in-demand programs gains a new leader

The newest faculty member is Larry Valero, Ph.D., who is now head of the Department of Intelligence and Security Studies.

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Before you return: COVID-19 testing requirements and safety protocols for cadets and students

The Citadel administration has laid out the COVID-19 testing requirements and return protocols, ahead of in-person instruction resuming on August 19.

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Baker School of Business earns extension for prestigious accreditation

The Baker School of Business is one of the 22 institutions to have extended its accreditation in business through the AACSB.

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A message from Sally Selden, Ph.D., provost of The Citadel

“We are shifting our schedule by one week in order to offer our entire semester of classes on campus while still ending classes before Thanksgiving.”

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Class of 2024 marches forward with Virtual Fourth-Class Orientation

About 700 young men and women are preparing for success before entering The Citadel as cadet recruits, who will comprise the Class of 2024.

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