Intel Report

Every year, the CIA descends upon The Citadel’s campus in teams of four to five. Their mission? To recruit the best and brightest of the Corps.

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The Citadel earns national grant to encourage community dialogue about race

The Citadel has received a $30,000 grant to be used for encouraging community dialogue about race.

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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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Cultural Fluency and Successful Negotiations

More and more business are interacting with companies across the globe; meaning cultural fluency is becoming an important asset in every formal relationship

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Cadets and students named to The Citadel’s spring 2018 dean’s list

Citadel cadets and students were named to the dean’s list for their work accomplished in the spring semester of 2018.

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Most distinguished cadets named to spring 2018 President’s List

Cadets have been named to the President’s List for their outstanding work during the spring 2018 semester.

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Gold stars for spring 2018 awarded to Citadel cadets and students

Citadel cadets and students received gold stars for their work accomplished in the spring semester of 2018.

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6 reasons The Citadel’s evening nursing program may be right for you

Perhaps you’ve always wanted to be a registered nurse, but life got in the way. Perhaps you embarked on some other path, but now realize the appeal of a profession

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A history professor and a Class of 1990 alumnus represent Citadel at U.S. Army War College

A Citadel historian and author and a Citadel Class of 1990 alumnus attended the U.S. Army War College’s Commandant’s National Security Program.

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Upcoming news from The Citadel – September 2018

The first CitListen session, an Intelligence and Cyber Security Conference, celebrations for Hispanic Heritage Month and more!

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