We are part of a teaching institution with a long tradition of high quality education and leadership development. We value teaching first, but recognize that scholarship and service are its essential complements. We encourage and reward all types of scholarship, emphasizing a balance between applied and pedagogical research, with discipline-based scholarship in a supporting role. Our focus on leadership development arises from our historical roots as The Military College of South Carolina. The core undergraduate program requires that all students be members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets, which serves as a learning laboratory for leadership. We also offer a non-military evening and summer undergraduate program, as well as an excellent graduate program, that focus on leadership development through both coursework and ancillary programs such as our Leadership Forum.
Mission: The mission of The Citadel School of Business Administration (CSBA) is to educate and develop leaders of principle to serve a global community.
today.citadel.edu "We cannot just acknowledge recent tragedies or merely use them to raise awareness of the problem; we must heal the root cause of the problem."
Dr. Jaye Goosby Smith, BSB professor, is interviewed in this story. In it, she says it's critical that students understand human diversity. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #ourmightycitadel
live5news.com Colleges and schools across South Carolina are taking action against students engaging in racist behavior.
today.citadel.edu Rev. Karen Lewis Crawford, CGC Class of 2004, became the first African American woman ordained in the South Carolina Wesleyan Church last fall.
"The Citadel just awarded its first Supply Chain Management degrees to seven cadets during the 2020 virtual commencement. Thanks to the wide variety of curriculum in the Baker School of Business, the graduates were able to seamlessly transition their general Business Administration studies into the newly developed Supply Chain Management major and earn a more specialized degree." #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #ourmightycitadel
today.citadel.edu 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.
#bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #ourmightycitadel
"In times like these our Core Values and Principled Leadership can change everything. Educate yourself on the issues, and support your colleagues, friends and neighbors. Be a resource to your community by sharing your time, effort, and energy. Be kind to one another and solve problems. We each can be a powerful solution to our Nation’s challenges." https://bit.ly/2U0Hdrm
Congratulations to Alex Just, Class of 2020, for being award a $5,000 scholarship from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). He was one of 25 students across the country to receive this scholarship. The money will be used for graduate school at Vanderbilt University this fall. As a cadet, Alex was a member of Beta Alpha Psi and the Beta Gamma Sigma. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #ourmightycitadel
The mask making initiative, which was founded by three faculty members including BSB's Dr. James Bezjian, continues with the help of S.C. Guard. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #thecitadel #coronavirus
today.citadel.edu 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
Congratulations to Dr. Jeremy Bennett, director of the MBA & Degree Completion programs, for being appointed to the Georgia State University Alumni Board! #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
We are grateful for all who served and gave their life for our country. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #wewillneverforget
Lt. Gen. Thomas James Jr., '85, is the commander of First Army, the oldest and longest established field army of the branch. https://bit.ly/2Zzvu6p
We remember and honor today. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
Here's to a relaxing Memorial Day Weekend! Please remember and honor those who served. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
The end of the academic year brings retirement for three professors. Mike Barth, Ron Green and Al Katz are leaving the BSB after a combined total of 51 years of serving the Baker School of Business as an administrator and/or faculty member. Read more here: https://bit.ly/36eTLAh. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
Here is the latest article from Dr. Richard Ebeling. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
aier.org An essential purpose of allowing markets to be free and open in all circumstances is precisely to take advantage of what people can imagine, create, and produce to meet changing patterns of demand in their respective corners of society in ways that others might not and, indeed, cannot anticipate.
Despite the pandemic, it's business as usual at the Baker School of Business. Read more in our spring newsletter.
"Certainty of death and taxes: What the statistics reveal after 230 years," written by Professor Cindy Bolt Lee, was recently published in the Charleston Regional Business Journal: https://issuu.com/scbiz/docs/crbj_042020/30
Although most of The Citadel campus is shut down due to the COVID-19, construction of Bastin Hall continues. THS Constructors and Liollio Architecture are working hard through the pandemic to keep construction going, and if all stays on schedule, we could move into the new home of the Baker School of Business in late August or September. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #coronavirus
Another honor for a BSB student! The Class of 2020 voted to award the John O. Willson Ring to Cadet Col. Richard “Ben” Snyder, regimental commander. This honor has been awarded annually since 1911 to a senior elected by their peers as the finest, purest and most courteous member of the class. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #citadel2020
We are extremely proud of BSB graduate, Jeffrey "Hunter" McGee! At Saturday's virtual graduation, the Accounting major earned the prestigious position of First Honor Graduate. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #Citadel2020
A look back at the Class of 2020! #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #citadel2020
It's true––time flies. Here's a look back at the moments that made the unstoppable Class of 2020's four years at The Citadel truly unforgettable. #Citadel2020
The Citadel Online MBA was proud to sponsor the Leadercast Positive Disruption Conferences! Amazing messages from Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Richard Montanez, Amy Jo Martin, Dr. Henry Cloud, Bozoma Saint John, Sangram Vajre, Rahaf Harfoush, Matt Wallaert and Andy Stanley. If you are interested in attending the conference, it was done remotely and you can find it at https://www.leadercast.com/positive-disruption. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
leadercast.com Grow the leader within by watching the world's largest one-day leadership event on demand, featuring Earvin (Magic) Johnson and eight other disruptors.
Here's to our grads! Join us in congratulating them. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #Citadel2020
Only one day and a wake up until we celebrate the commencement of the unstoppable Class of 2020. Show your support for the graduates with our #Citadel2020 profile frame and head over to commencement.citadel.edu to share a virtual invitation with your friends and family before the big day arrives.
We are proud of our BSB graduates! #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #Classof2020
today.citadel.edu The Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business educates and develops innovative leaders of principle to serve both their global and local communities.
“This partnership enables our continuing mission of making Marines while enhancing our staging capabilities.” #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #coronavirus
today.citadel.edu The Citadel is temporarily staging incoming poolees headed for recruit training for 14 days for observation due to COVID-19.
Our virtual commencement ceremonies are Saturday. You can watch them here: https://commencement.citadel.edu/. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
Remembering Ra'Shaund. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
This is for you, Ra’Shaud.
today.citadel.edu On May 9, The Citadel Class of 2020 -- more than 1,000 graduates total -- will be celebrated during two virtual commencement ceremonies.
Congratulations to Dr. Stacey Nutt and Dr. Susan Wright on the publication of their article entitled "Ethics and the Social Contract" on the Strategic Finance website. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #coronavirus19
sfmagazine.com There’s a parallel between the ethical questions raised by income inequality and hoarding resources during a pandemic.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the final round of the Baker Business Bowl, our intercollegiate business plan competition, went on as planned with the final round being held in a virtual format. You can learn more here: https://bit.ly/2We7R08.
We are saddened to learn about the death Ra'Shaund Graham, an amazing man and leader. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
today.citadel.edu The Citadel family, and many people in Lake City, are mourning the passing of a young leader who impacted the lives of the many people he served.
Here is Dr. Richard Ebeling's latest article. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
aier.org We are all Chinese communists now, with almost no, de facto, real and meaningful autonomy and discretion over our own lives and our ways of earning a living. We are pawns on a society-wide chess board, who are told what to do and where to stand and if anything goes wrong, we are the first to be...
The Citadel Tailor Shop is helping out during the pandemic. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #coronavirus
The Citadel Tailor Shop would normally be inundated right now with uniform needs for commencement––instead, the team is working hard every day to sew faces masks that will keep employees that are still working on campus safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://bit.ly/3byaMqT
Here is a look at the cadet campus clean-up that was held earlier this week. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #coronavirus
today.citadel.edu Citadel cadets in the 2nd and 3rd Battalions returned to campus to clean their rooms inside the Law and Padgett-Thomas Barracks.
Congratulations to the winners of the Baker Business Bowl! First place, and $10,000, was awarded to Wall Dynamic Inspection System (speakers: Jonathan Urbanic & Ralph Gonzalez). Second place, and $5,000, was awarded to Rewind Filters (speakers: Salvatore Coluccio & Evan McDonald). We are grateful to our final round judges: Faye Gooding, Joe Conti, Greg Gordon, Norm Poole, Ashley (Robert) Early (Class of '89) and Sammy Cuzmar. This year's final round was hosted via Zoom. Thank you to everyone, especially Michelle Moss, who helped make this event possible (and virtual) during the COVID-19 pandemic. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership #coronavirus
The final round in The Citadel's annual business plan competition, Baker Business Bowl VI, is today from 12:45pm to 4:40pm in Zoom. You can view it here: https://citadelonline.zoom.us/j/97840013069 / Meeting ID: 978 4001 3069. During this time, each of the five finalists make a 30-minute presentation summarizing their business plan while a panel of judges score their performance. The award ceremony will be held afterward, from 5:05pm to 5:45pm, here: https://citadelonline.zoom.us/j/95090387396 / Meeting ID: 950 9038 7396. This is when the winner and runner up will be announced. Today's events are open to everyone to watch; however, only the five teams, judges and Citadel staff will be able to participate. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
The Citadel president and provost have announced that all summer courses will be taught online due to COVID-19. Here is the latest update. #bakerbulldogs #bakerleadership
today.citadel.edu As we all continue to manage the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic presents, The Citadel Provost provides an update about Summer School 2020.