Meet Sean Cleveland, Assistant Professor in English, Fine Arts and Communications and Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching Innovation

Cleveland retired from the Army as a professor in 2017 but was not ready to leave the classroom. When a position opened up at The Citadel, he jumped on it.

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Students live, learn, and intern in Washington, DC

The Citadel in DC is a summer program where students live, learn, and intern using Washington, DC as an active classroom. Students earn nine credit hours–six hours for their internship, and three for a visual and intelligence course.

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Fourth Generation Marine Proves He Has “The Wright Stuff”

For the Wright family, being a Marine is the family business. After 12 weeks of training, Pfc. Douglas Tanner Wright graduated Aug. 3.

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Meet Taylor Skardon, Adjunct Professor and Head of The Citadel Parents’ Program

Taylor Skardon, 1982 Citadel graduate, adjunct professor and head of The Citadel Parents’ Program, discusses his pride for the college’s mission.

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Students develop compounds in the search for a new pain relief drug

Citadel students are creating and studying compounds that could be used to produce a new pain relief drug or could contain new biological activities.

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Meet Michael Brady, Citadel Fellow of Intelligence and Security Studies

Michael Brady discusses what inspired him to join the military and what leadership skills he gained over the years.

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Meet Thomas Clark, Executive Director of the Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics

Thomas Clark discusses the leadership skills he gained in the Marine Corps and how they reinforced what he was taught as a student at The Citadel.

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World War II veterans honored by Normandy trip

Three Charleston men leave Saturday, June 9 to travel to Normandy, France to honor and follow in the footsteps of World War II veterans.

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Meet Michael Barth, Associate Professor of Finance

Michael Barth discusses his most defining moment during service as well as how the leadership skills he gained in the Army have applied to teaching.

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Finishing what he started

William Alexander Faulconer was inspired by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to serve his nation. He joined the Army and served 10 years before returning to college to finish his degree in business administration.

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