With new members, Charleston’s Equity, Inclusion and Racial Conciliation committee takes shape

Felice Knight, Ph.D., a Citadel professor, specializing in African American History and slavery, and serves on Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation team.

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Cadets and students are “SURE” to continue their investigative studies

A select number of cadets and students worked virtually throughout the summer as paid researchers in their areas of interest, guided by expert professors.

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Citadel professor speaks on Fox & Friends about required Constitution class

The head of the Department of Leadership Studies, Faith Rivers James, J.D., spoke with Fox & Friends to discuss The Citadel’s required Constitution class.

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The Citadel’s commitment to elevating education throughout South Carolina continues

Hundreds of K-12 teachers in South Carolina will be better prepared to educate students in the fall after learning new techniques through the STEM Center.

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Citadel Engineering faculty; alumnus leaders making news with top awards

Faculty and an alumnus from The Citadel School of Engineering are the proud recipients of awards from the 2020 American Society of Civil Engineers.

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One of The Citadel’s most in-demand programs gains a new leader

The newest faculty member is Larry Valero, Ph.D., who is now head of the Department of Intelligence and Security Studies.

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Baker School of Business professor published in National Review

Richard M. Ebeling, Ph.D., is the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership in the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business.

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Back on campus: it is our duty to protect ourselves and others from COVID-19

Operation Fall Return 2020 sets conditions for cadets and students to return to an adapted face-to-face instruction and training model.

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Faculty heading into retirement with finesse after decades of leadership

In all, 13 members of The Citadel faculty retired after the 2019-2020 academic year, but their contributions will continue to be felt on campus.

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