Upcoming news from The Citadel – September 2019
Baker School of Business professor weighs in on possible recession
How Much Damage Will Come from this Trade War?
Welcoming The Citadel Class of 2023
The Citadel comes out #1 in research about the “10 Best Value Colleges in South Carolina”
Crucible-like training at Parris Island instills professional leadership in Citadel cadets
Double-Edged Role of Leaders, J. Goosby Smith of The Citadel
Family of Marine missing in the Sierras since February wants to resume search now that snow has melted
American football in Turkey? It’s a thing, a former Citadel standout learned
SC’s New Deal-era projects, murals and parks are everywhere, but a few have vanished
After three years with Traquair on the sidelines, the team’s record is 9-10, and the momentum for the youngest women’s soccer team in the Southern Conference is on the upswing.
Shaniqua Crews, who is working on her master’s degree in school psychology, began conducting research last fall on sleep and its effect on emotional well-being.
Military Living History Society brings the battlefield to life As seen in The President’s Report 2018 On November 20, 1943, members of a heavy weapons section of the 105th Infantry waded
Citadel cadet named #2 on U.S. Army Cadet Command’s Order of Merit List As seen in The President’s Report 2018 Cadet Matthew Wilder is working on an electrical engineering design project
Citadel in D.C. summer internship program As seen in The President’s Report 2018 Gone are the days of chalk boards and dry lectures. The modern-day academic landscape is energetic, technological and
New Ph.D. partnership enables Lowcountry educators to take their scholarship to the next level As seen in The President’s Report 2018 The Citadel has joined forces with Clemson, Coastal Carolina and
Citadel Student Port Club fosters cadet interest in maritime matters As seen in The President’s Report 2018 Last summer business administration major Cadet Robert Hudson managed the customs brokerage and freight
Citadel cadets conduct research to ensure the security of the IoT As seen in The President’s Report 2018 A laptop, a smart phone, a router, a Nest thermostat, an Echo Dot,
Citadel cadets bring awareness to plastic pollution by turning trash into art As seen in The President’s Report 2018 When Cadet Caroline Klauber, a business administration major, enrolled in a fine
The Citadel Healthcare Study Abroad Program, led by Capt. Sarah Imam, M.D., makes health care more personal by requiring students to do more than just observe.