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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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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Citadel history professor compiles book documenting Charleston during the Great Depression

A Citadel history professor has turned a class project into a new book of documents about the Great Depression in Charleston.

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Citadel prof, author, to lecture at Fort Ligonier

Fort Ligonier will host author and Citadel professor David L. Preston for “The Military Education of George Washington in the Braddock Expedition.”

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Former Charleston mayor’s new course designed to help a “fractured America”

Citadel professor and former Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr., is teaching a new course for the spring semester called The Why and the How: The Making of the International African American Museum. Every class in the course is open to the public.

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Workers at One of America’s Most Sensitive Nuclear Facilities Are on Strike

The Savannah River Site, in South Carolina, is home to the radioactive fuel that powers hydrogen bombs, and right now, its workers are on strike.

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Citadel professor joins “dream team” of Revolutionary War historians in latest book

David Preston, Ph.D., an award-winning author and professor of history at The Citadel, can now add a third acclaimed book to his bibliography. Preston recently released his latest work, “Theaters of the American Revolution”.

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A reflection on race and leadership at Emanuel AME with Citadel Prof. Joe Riley and Rep. James Clyburn

A discussion held at the site of one of the nation’s most horrific hate crimes was held as a component of Prof. Joseph P. Riley Jr.’s course at The Citadel.

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Riley’s class open to the public for a discussion on race in America at Emanuel AME Church, with guest lecturer Congressman James Clyburn

As the city approaches the second anniversary of the mass shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, Citadel Prof. Joseph P. Riley, Jr. takes his class of cadets and students to the church for a discussion on race in America that will be open to the public.

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