Baker School of Business earns extension for prestigious accreditation

The Baker School of Business is one of the 22 institutions to have extended its accreditation in business through the AACSB.

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Former Citadel students look to make 3D printing accessible

Ethan Warner and Benjamin Scott founded Evolve 3D to streamline 3D printing and make an otherwise expensive printer more affordable and accessible.

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From Carolina to Colorado; The Citadel helps students complete their business degrees in seven states

The BSB finalized agreements with five additional two-year schools — adding to the 27 partner-institutions that the school announced in 2019.

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What You Need to Know About Becoming an Accounting Major

The Citadel’s accounting major — housed in the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business — is ranked #2 in Regional Universities South.

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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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Forbes recognizes Mount Pleasant’s Carolyn Hash, CGC alumna, as a top wealth advisor

Carolyn Hash proudly holds a degree from the University of South Carolina and an Master of Business Administration from the Citadel.

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The Baker School of Business: adding links to the global chain

The Baker School of Business is working to meet the need by offering a degree in Supply Chain Management, guided by professors who are experts in the field.

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S.C. Guard deployed to Citadel for face mask building effort

Seven members of the South Carolina National Guard are on a 20-day deployment…in The Citadel’s libraryworking to protect healthcare workers against COVID-19.

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Members of the Class of 2020 get down to serious business

The Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business educates and develops innovative leaders of principle to serve both their global and local communities.

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Engineering cadets win $10,000 for ‘wall-climbing’ robot

Take a drone, a remote-controlled car, five senior mechanical engineering cadets — put them together — and what do you get?A $10-thousand-winning idea.

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