Employees find a new normal in the pandemic

The Citadel employs more than 1,000 people, plus contract employees like Iris Hamilton-Seabrook, who works for the company that provides custodial services.

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New Dean named for The Citadel School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Dr. Brian Madison Jones of Johnson C. Smith University to lead SHHS, the largest academic unit of the five schools comprising the college.

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Public Higher Ed Partners to Produce Critical COVID-19 Medical Supplies

A project that began with The Citadel, MUSC and Coastal Carolina University to produce crucial medical equipment has grown into a statewide effort.

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SC State Guard mobilized to set up field hospital in Charleston

MAJ David Preston, Ph.D., a Citadel History professor, is the Executive Officer of 3rd Battalion, 1st Civil Support Brigade in the S.C. State Guard.

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COVID-19 Faculty & Staff

From HR: Suspected or Confirmed Case Protocol for Employees

These actions, provided by The Citadel Department of HR, are intended to protect the health and safety of campus occupants

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3D printed masks at The Citadel help save lives

Dan Hawkins, Dr. James Bezjian, Dr. Sarah Imam have been hard at work 3D printing six medical masks a day, to be donated to MUSC.

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Traditional Media is not Dead

Maria Aselage is a full-time marketing and communications professor at The Citadel, who owns HearSay Communications, a Charleston-based boutique company.

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Editorial: Joe Riley helped city rebuild after Hugo: ‘This is different. We will be changed’

“You don’t go through something like this without alterations. But the human spirit is resilient, and there’s a special kindness in this community.”

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Citadel working to address both present and future medical mask shortages

In response to COVID-19, three Citadel professors are working on a new design for an N95 medical mask while also printing pre-approved masks for MUSC.

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The new faces of cadet leadership at The Citadel for the Class of 2021

Despite the interruptions to campus life, The Citadel is carrying on its traditions and making the next group of cadets who will lead the Corps.

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