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Atop Sentinel Dome, Yosemite NP

05 SEP

CDR Eric Chitwood, USN

CGC, '18
Looking for a tutor for Spring 2020. I am an M.A. focus. Prefer peer to peer tutor with global experience in Middle East with background in Criminal Justice. I tried arranging one but I am out of state and need help that campus will not provide. Please forward to anyone able.
Hi everyone! My company, Physicians Plan Weight Loss & Wellness, is currently hiring part-time Clinical Wellness Coordinators in our West Ashley location. You must have reliable transportation and be available to work flexible hours, including some evenings (until 7:30 pm) and every Saturday 8-11:30 am. The ideal candidate would be someone with experience in nutrition, who lives a healthy lifestyle and enjoys helping others live theirs! If you are interested in this part time position, please email your resume to [email protected]. Looking forward to hearing from you!
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Build cultural competency in an engaging and fascinating workshop for *graduate students, veteran, and active military students *!

*NCBI workshop, Welcoming Diversity: Leadership in Diversity and Respect, November 4, 2017 (Saturday)*

The Citadel's National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) Team invites you to participate in a "Welcoming Diversity: Leadership in Diversity and Respect" workshop for CGC, veteran, and active military students on *November 4th* in the Greater Issues Room (MCH 230).

This experiential workshop takes a unique, non-blaming approach to addressing diversity, defined quite broadly. It promotes the development of multicultural competency and leadership in today's diverse society. The workshop fosters a campus environment in which everyone feels welcome and supports The Citadel's Core Value of Respect.

This is an all day workshop (9 - 4). Lunch will be provided. Registration is required at www.citadel.edu/root/ncbi
Keep Charleston Beautiful is looking for an Education Coordinator for the 2017-2018 school year. This is an extremely flexible part-time position, that could also double as a paid Academic Internship.

Our Education Coordinator works with schools and teachers to coordinate and conduct our education programs, focusing on environmental stewardship and waste responsibility. In addition, we are looking to further develop/enhance our current elementary and middle school program offerings, and would possibly like to develop some high school programming if possible. We'd love to sit down and chat with you if you have a great project idea in mind, or would like to know more about the position.

The Education Coordinator has their own office space at 823 Meeting Street, close to the Citadel, and has access to a shared work vehicle for travel to schools. Please email [email protected] if interested.
Made it to the summit today at 12:15p.

It was snowing at the summit.

Nationally recognized by U.S.News & World Report and Princeton Review, The Citadel Graduate College (CGC) provides top-rated civilian education tailored to meet the diverse professional growth goals of our students.

Operating as usual

09/23/2021

If you need a suggestion for your next Book Club Daniel Library - The Citadel has you covered.

Dan Hawkins, Academic Technology Librarian, here with our book recommendation of the week.

I'm currently reading this for the 13th time, still one of my favorites and back in my yearly reread rotation. I recommended it here last year, and I'll paste a lightly edited version of that recommendation below:

Buechner's prose is never less than elegant, and he is often funny and profound. Of the dozen or so of his books I've read, this is the best expression of his skilled prose and among his funniest. It is also the best expression (for my money) of the tension between doubt and faith that is in the subtext of all his work. The narrator is the titular Saint Godric of Finchale reflecting on his life as he tells the story to the monk who will write his hagiography. Godric castigates the monk for all the ways he makes him seem perfect, and in his own telling there's a lot to regret. As he says, "nothing human's not a broth of false and true." One of my all time favorite books. I can't recommend it highly enough. Godric's narrative voice is one of the all time achievements in English language prose.

That last sentence seems a hyperbolic, but, at least for my taste, I'll stand by it.

The Citadel Athletics and The Blood Connection Enter into Multi-Year Partnership with Mission to Save Lives in the Lowcountry | The Citadel Today 09/22/2021

The Citadel Athletics and The Blood Connection Enter into Multi-Year Partnership with Mission to Save Lives in the Lowcountry | The Citadel Today

Give blood to help save lives.

The Citadel Athletics and The Blood Connection Enter into Multi-Year Partnership with Mission to Save Lives in the Lowcountry | The Citadel Today The military college will officially welcome The Blood Connection to campus when their partnership kicks off on Sept. 22 with a blood drive.

Timeline Photos 09/21/2021

Timeline Photos

The Blood Connection is a new Bulldog partner! Their mission is to make sure blood given locally, stays local. Help support the Charleston community by giving blood this Wednesday!

- September 22
- 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- The Altman Center

Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3hN4icE

09/20/2021

September 20, 1922: The Citadel moved from its original location on Marion Square in downtown Charleston to it 100-acre new campus on the Ashley River adjacent to Hampton Park.

"Work on the new campus took about two years. The southern end of the Rhett Farm was cleared thoroughly enough that the campus was easily visible from the neighboring Hampton Park Terrace, and a hospital, quarters and an administration building were soon started. A row of sycamores was retained that had been planted as part of the park construction. The cadets moved on September 20, 1922, to begin the school year in the new home on the Ashley River." ~from A History of Charleston's Hampton Park by Kevin R. Eberle

09/17/2021

Today, September 17, is National POW/MIA Recognition Day. Join us in remembering those who were prisoners of war and those who are still missing in action.

https://www.citadel.edu/citadel-history/powmia/missing-in-action.html?q=powmia%2Fmissing-in-action&fbclid=IwAR17DM5hhfTnjGDVnD7Et3mTyOBi3Re2i9wsc-K8oq2TUkNDFZEmyaha8eQ

The Citadel Graduate College updated their business hours. 09/15/2021

The Citadel Graduate College updated their business hours.

The Citadel Graduate College updated their business hours.

The Citadel ranked #1 Top Public College in the South for 11th year by U.S. News & World Report | The Citadel Today 09/13/2021

The Citadel ranked #1 Top Public College in the South for 11th year by U.S. News & World Report | The Citadel Today

The Citadel ranked #1 Top Public College in the South for 11th year by U.S. News & World Report | The Citadel Today The Citadel is the U.S. News and World Report #1 Top Public College in the South for the 11th successive year.

Timeline Photos 09/11/2021

Timeline Photos

Today, we remember those we lost 20 years ago, and we honor the heroes who have served our nation on that day and all the days after. The Citadel will never forget September 11, 2001.

Job Announcement: Project Management Graduate Assistant - S.C. Sea Grant Consortium 02/25/2021

Job Announcement: Project Management Graduate Assistant - S.C. Sea Grant Consortium

The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium (Consortium) is seeking a part-time Project Management Graduate Assistant to be based at its office in Charleston, South Carolina. Check out the link for more details.

Job Announcement: Project Management Graduate Assistant - S.C. Sea Grant Consortium The S.C. Sea Grant Consortium is seeking a part-time Graduate Student Project Management Intern to be based at its office in Charleston, South Carolina.

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 12/17/2020

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

Attention all CGC and CTP students:
Spring 2021 class registration is now open online! Click on the link below to see Spring Course Offerings:

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC CTP (College Transfer Program)        • Full-term        • Online        • First Eight Weeks                 Note: Refer to courses 499 and below.        • Second Eight Weeks                Note: Refer to courses 499 and below.

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 11/23/2020

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

We still have openings to take the MAT (Millers Analogies Test) on 21st December 2020! Click on this link to register.

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC  To help ensure the protection of the test takers, our students, staff, and faculty, please read through the following protocol:

11/23/2020

Event Summary

Interested in learning more about graduate programs within the Zucker Family School of Education? Register here for today’s virtual info session:

Event Summary

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 11/17/2020

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

Attention all CGC and CTP students:
Spring 2021 class registration is now open online! Click on the link below to see Spring Course Offerings.

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC CTP (College Transfer Program)        • Full-term        • Online        • First Eight Weeks                 Note: Refer to courses 499 and below.        • Second Eight Weeks                Note: Refer to courses 499 and below.

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 11/16/2020

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

We still have openings to take the MAT (Millers Analogies Test)! Click on this link to register for our November or December date.

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC  To help ensure the protection of the test takers, our students, staff, and faculty, please read through the following protocol:

11/16/2020

Event Summary

Interested in learning more about graduate programs within the Zucker Family School of Education?
Register here for the upcoming virtual info session:

Event Summary

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 11/13/2020

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

We still have openings to take the MAT (Millers Analogies Test)! Click on this link to register for our November or December date.

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC  To help ensure the protection of the test takers, our students, staff, and faculty, please read through the following protocol:

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 11/13/2020

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

Attention current CGC and CTP students:
Spring 2021 class registration is now open online! Click on the link below to see Spring Course Offerings.

Registrar: Course Offerings - Day Classes - The Citadel - Charleston, SC CTP (College Transfer Program)        • Full-term        • Online        • First Eight Weeks                 Note: Refer to courses 499 and below.        • Second Eight Weeks                Note: Refer to courses 499 and below.

Registration - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 10/22/2020

Registration - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

If you have any questions regarding registration this is a helpful and informative website. It contains registration dates, FAQ's, registration tutorials, course offerings, and other useful information.

Registration - The Citadel - Charleston, SC Registration Time Periods | Spring 2021 Registration Dates | Searching for Course Offerings | Registration FAQ and Tutorials

Spring 2021 Course Registration Updates | The Citadel Today 10/20/2020

Spring 2021 Course Registration Updates | The Citadel Today

Please see the following for important Spring 2021 course Registration updates.

Spring 2021 Course Registration Updates | The Citadel Today Due to COVID-19, The college is making adjustments to offer maximum flexibility and opportunity to maintain or accelerate academic progress.

Academic schedule announced for spring 2021 semester | The Citadel Today 10/15/2020

Academic schedule announced for spring 2021 semester | The Citadel Today

Please note the following January 2021 key academic dates.

Academic schedule announced for spring 2021 semester | The Citadel Today There are numerous adjustments due to the ongoing pandemic.

Virtual Info Sessions - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 09/29/2020

Virtual Info Sessions - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

Interested in our MBA, M.S. Project Management, or M.S. Leadership? Sign up for a virtual info session to learn more.

Virtual Info Sessions - The Citadel - Charleston, SC Want to learn more about a graduate program at The Citadel? Join us for an informal virtual information session. We look forward to getting to know you and answering all of your questions! 

Citadel ranked #1 Top Public College in the South for 10th consecutive year | The Citadel Today 09/14/2020

Citadel ranked #1 Top Public College in the South for 10th consecutive year | The Citadel Today

Citadel ranked #1 Top Public College in the South for 10th consecutive year | The Citadel Today "Ten straight years of earning the #1 Top Public College in the South position is a singularly distinctive achievement that should be celebrated,” said Gen. Glenn M. Walters, president of The Citadel.

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC 09/08/2020

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC

Registration for the Millers Analogies Test (MAT) is now open again. Please visit https://www.citadel.edu/root/graduatecollege-mat-testing-center for dates and more information.

MAT Testing (On Campus) - The Citadel - Charleston, SC  To help ensure the protection of the test takers, our students, staff, and faculty, please read through the following protocol:

[08/24/20]   GRE or MAT requirement change: The Department of Psychology has made the GRE or MAT requirement OPTIONAL for Spring 2021 entry term applicants in the MA in Psychology-Clinical Counseling program.

today.citadel.edu 08/19/2020

New Citadel degree helps educators and professional development specialists teach in evolving educational environments | The Citadel Today

today.citadel.edu With a focus on alternative learning systems, the Zucker Family School of Education is now offering a new graduate degree to better serve educators.

today.citadel.edu 08/13/2020

Top 5 things evening undergraduate and graduate students need to know before returning to classes | The Citadel Today

today.citadel.edu As The Citadel moves forward with Operation Fall Return 2020, an agile, conditions-based plan to return cadets and students to face-to-face instruction, college leadership is communicating regularly to keep all constituents informed.

today.citadel.edu 08/06/2020

Killing COVID-19 germs on campus, step by step | The Citadel Today

today.citadel.edu We are taking a multi-layered and generously resourced approach that provides ongoing, carefully mapped out cleaning and disinfection to keep our campus as safe as possible.

today.citadel.edu 08/06/2020

The Citadel to use new technology to enhance virtual learning | The Citadel Today

today.citadel.edu Classrooms at The Citadel are now equipped with new technology called Swivl that helps brings the in-class experience to virtual learning via Zoom.

07/30/2020

The Citadel

We believe the college has a responsibility to keep you informed about conditions as they develop, thus we will be updating the number of cases daily, every Monday–Friday, on the COVID-19 Case Tracker located at the top of the COVID-19 area of our website.https://today.citadel.edu/campus-covid-19-case-tracker-updated-daily/?utm_content=1596052894&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook

today.citadel.edu 07/29/2020

Citadel Engineering faculty; alumnus leaders making news with top awards | The Citadel Today

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

07/29/2020

The Citadel

Thomas Taylor planned to spend his career in the Army, but when his back was injured after a building in Afghanistan collapsed on him, he was forced to change his plans. And that’s when he started exploring the idea of pursuing a college education. #OurMightyCitadel

Learn more about Thomas' story: https://bit.ly/3eNixLk

today.citadel.edu 07/21/2020

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

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

today.citadel.edu 07/21/2020

Citadel grad from Indianapolis mobilizes to USTRANSCOM in support of COVID-19 operations | The Citadel Today

today.citadel.edu CDR Eric Chitwood, who earned a Master of Science in Leadership from The Citadel in 2018, is currently mobilized to United States Transportation Command.

07/17/2020

The Citadel

‪The Citadel Family extends our deepest condolences to Dr. Suzanne Austin, a new member of the College of Charleston leadership team, following the unthinkable loss of her husband at the hands of a gunman in downtown Charleston early this morning. Dr. Austin, her family, and our College of Charleston colleagues and friends are in our thoughts and prayers.

today.citadel.edu 07/13/2020

Before you return: COVID-19 testing requirements and safety protocols for cadets and students | The Citadel Today

Important information: The Citadel administration has laid out COVID-19 testing requirements and return protocols. https://bit.ly/2ZgDPLI

today.citadel.edu The Citadel administration has laid out the COVID-19 testing requirements and return protocols, ahead of in-person instruction resuming on August 19.

The Citadel Graduate College

The Citadel Graduate College (CGC) strives to provide quality service and assistance to our students. We offer 26 graduate degree programs with 42 concentration options, 25 graduate certificate programs, and 10 evening undergraduate programs. Because our classes are offered in the evenings, we excel in providing a quality education that is tailored around our students’ professions, family and lifestyles. Classes typically meet once per week in a civilian atmosphere. Some programs also offer the option to complete coursework and requirements 100% online.

The Citadel is located in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina (named Top City in the United States by Condé Nast Traveler), and is ranked by U.S. News & World Report(2012-2018) as the #1 Public College in the South offering up to a master's degree. Within The Citadel Graduate College, 95% of our faculty have PhD’s or the highest degree offered in their particular discipline which assures that our students obtain the knowledge, skills and ideas needed to gain a competitive advantage in their career.

Learn more about our graduate programs, schedule of courses, services, fees, and more offered by The Citadel Graduate College.

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