How Much Damage Will Come from this Trade War?

Opinion piece written by Richard Ebeling, Ph.D., BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel.

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Double-Edged Role of Leaders, J. Goosby Smith of The Citadel

J. Goosby Smith, Associate Professor of Leadership at The Citadel, discusses the double-edged role leaders have and the duties that come with that.

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SC’s New Deal-era projects, murals and parks are everywhere, but a few have vanished

Kerry Taylor, Ph.D. history professor at The Citadel, recognizes that the college has the New Deal to thank for much of its campus along the Ashley River.

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Welcoming new faculty and recognizing promotions

As the academic year begins, The Citadel is welcoming new faculty to its ranks and celebrating the promotions of current faculty members, with a new provost in the lead.

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El Paso’s Attack is White Homegrown Violent Extremism

Dr. Muhammad Fraser-Rahim, Executive Director, Quilliam North America, Professor of Intelligence and Security Studies at The Citadel, provides commentary about El Paso mass shooting.

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At World Series of Poker, Citadel band director comes up a winner

Smith, director of music at The Citadel since 2016, finished in the top 10 percent of the 8,569 players at the famed World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.

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Citadel professor to star in Discovery Channel series that looks for proof of alien ‘Contact’ on Earth

The show follows investigators as they look for evidence needed to prove that extra-terrestrials have made contact with the human world.

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Citadel professor wins $1.6 million grant to anticipate social unrest

Deepti Joshi, Ph.D., will serve as the principle investigator, or lead, for the project which is funded by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

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Remembering Col. Chaplain Charles Clanton

Inside The Citadel’s Summerall Chapel, there are photos of many former chaplains to the Corps of Cadets, honoring the time they dedicated to the college’s shrine of religion, patriotism and

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From bands to bets; Citadel’s director of music competing in World Series of Poker

For months, Timothy Smith, The Citadel’s director of music has been preparing to compete for $10 million at the 2019 World Series of Poker.

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