Citadel professor receives Army commission to restart new ‘Monuments Men’ mission

James Bezjian has been accepted into the Army’s new project to revive a historic unit to safeguard cultural icons, artwork and artifacts.

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Past and future meet in a plastic present

An interdisciplinary team from The Citadel, with the Gibbes Museum, is lifting the veil that separates the artistic from the technological.

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Baker School of Business and School of Engineering team up to address global sustainability challenges

The Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business and the School of Engineering are collaborating on two new classes in which students will develop entrepreneurial endeavors to address United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG).

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International business leader to discuss profit and purpose with the Baker School of Business

The Baker School of Business is hosting a presentation by Stuart Williams, an international businessperson and founder of In Place Impact.

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Public Higher Ed Partners to Produce Critical COVID-19 Medical Supplies

A project that began with The Citadel, MUSC and Coastal Carolina University to produce crucial medical equipment has grown into a statewide effort.

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3D printed masks at The Citadel help save lives

Dan Hawkins, Dr. James Bezjian, Dr. Sarah Imam have been hard at work 3D printing six medical masks a day, to be donated to MUSC.

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Real ‘Black Hawk Down’ and ‘Monuments Men’ artifacts are being preserved by Citadel cadets

A professor and some students at The Citadel have found a way to capture military history indefinitely, a way to cork time in a bottle.

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Scenario Planning Can Help Businesses Plan For Disruptions

One tool from the strategic management discipline used to assist leaders with organizational strategy is scenario planning.

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Nine ways The Citadel encourages innovation

The Citadel is ranked among the most innovative schools in the South, and to celebrate, we rounded up some of the ways the college has encouraged innovation.

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The world’s antiquities are in danger. Citadel students hope to save them with a scanner

As seen in The Post and Courier, by Paul Bowers James Bezjian returned from Scotland in December with a trove of Bronze Age and Byzantine artifacts stashed on a hard

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