Citadel professor co-organizing conference marking 50th anniversary of Watergate

Registration is now open for the free, online conference that will allow Watergate experts to explore some of the scandal’s lingering mysteries.

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Citadel professor to publish companion book on internationally best-selling “Wheel of Time” series

“Origins of The Wheel of Time” is written by Michael Livingston, Ph.D., Secretary-General of the United States Commission on Military History and professor of medieval literature at The Citadel

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How fuel spills impact the Lowcountry’s health and environment

“Gigantic spills have catastrophic effects, smaller scale spills are less problematic,” says Citadel professor Dr. John Zardus.

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Dean Evan Ortlieb named to 2021 class of Forty under 40

The Charleston Regional Business Journal has announced the 2021 class of Forty Under 40 honorees, including Dean Evan Ortlieb.

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COVID Protocol Reminders for Employees

Ahead of the fall semester, HR is reminding everyone about protocols for suspected, close contact and positive employee COVID-19 cases.

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Work on replacement for Capers Hall brings research home for longtime Citadel engineering professor

A nationally renowned Citadel professor is an expert on the structural elements that make the building foundation safe and resilient.

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Citadel professor recognized by ‘Marquis Who’s Who’

Citadel Physics professor Scott Yost, Ph.D., has been recognized for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics.

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The Citadel honors the excellence and efforts of its faculty

After a year of overcoming unique challenges, The Citadel is recognizing some of its outstanding faculty members.

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Members of the Corps of Cadets seek “a more perfect union”

To maintain social distance, the cadets connected themselves with spirit T-shirts, each holding a separate side.

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