As the population along the South Carolina coast continues to explode, so does the number of students who require specialized instruction to learn the English language. Are there enough experienced teachers to provide this critical aspect of integrating them into the Lowcountry community? Absolutely not, according to the Zucker Family School of Education at The Citadel, which is stepping up its efforts to train the teachers who will be responsible for carrying out this important task.
Are you a veteran considering a return to school? Consider The Citadel, ranked the #1 College in the South for Veterans by U.S. News & World Report. “Our veteran students tell me that they like the structure and the military feel here– it makes them comfortable knowing what to expect,” says Robin Hillyer Miles, Program Coordinator for The Citadel’s Office of Military and Veterans Affairs. “They also sense that the professors here really want everyone to learn and get something out of their classes.”
The Citadel Graduate College offers programs designed for civilians and veterans alike to provide you with the leadership tools to succeed at any job you choose. One such program is the graduate program in project management. Whether you’re looking to switch jobs or simply make your current role more flexible and versatile, you can make that dream a reality at The Citadel. Project managers work to make ideas happen and are needed in every industry, from tech to healthcare and even finance.
The Charleston area is experiencing a huge construction boom as a result of the metro region’s steady population increase. With so much construction and innovation occurring, now is the time to become a part of the rapidly expanding construction industry. The Citadel’s new evening B.S. in Construction Engineering is a great place to start.
Karen Coltrane had been a nonprofit CEO for more than twelve years and out of the college scene for 30. She didn't think she could go back to school. "I hadn't had a formal math class since 10th grade, so I was intimidated by the GRE. Between that, raising my son and working all the time, it just seemed too difficult to take it on." Coltrane confides.
The idea of pursuing a graduate degree can be a little intimidating, especially when you haven’t cracked open a textbook in a decade and already work a full-time job and have a family. The Citadel has made it easier for working professionals to get a taste of graduate school without a long-term commitment.
As a general manager at the Georgia Ports Authority, Karl Nell oversees almost 100 people in the crane division at one of the world’s busiest ports. So, when Nell decided he wanted to learn more about how to lead and influence his employees, he turned to The Citadel’s leadership studies program. It was a great fit for Nell in his desire to hone his leadership skills and people management techniques, … Read More
Aaron Budd joined the U.S. Marines right out high school. For more than nine years, he was stationed all over the world in a variety of jobs with the Marines – everything from working with the Secret Service on a presidential security detail to ensuring bombs actually detonated after being dropped on an area. Budd intended to retire from the Marines. But when doctors discovered he had a brain tumor, … Read More
Sponsored by: The CitadelWith financial assistance often available to veterans under the GI Bill, many of them turn to college classes and continuing education as a way to transition to the civilian workforce. The Citadel offers its regular degree programs to veterans along with specialized resources, making it a good fit for veterans as well as active duty military.The Citadel has both day and evening programs for veteran students seeking … Read More
Sponsored by: The Citadel Henry Medlin was already doing some project oversight in his job with defense contractor SAIC, but thanks to his master’s degree in project management from The Citadel, he was promoted to a project management position. Medlin is now the task manager on the Common Submarine Radio Room project. When Medlin joined SAIC, a big selling point for him was that the company would pay for his … Read More
Blog posts, videos, tweets, commercials, TV news, articles, Facebook posts, e-books and white papers - the amount of information created on a daily basis is mind-boggling. In fact, IBM reports that every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data, and 90 percent of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone.To create and access all that information, people rely on electronic, connected … Read More
As populations surge and traffic concerns grow, transportation engineers are becoming increasingly interested in how roundabouts can keep traffic moving and cut down on accidents. Dimitra Michalaka, assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at The Citadel, has been researching select roundabouts in Beaufort, Berkeley, Horry and Charleston counties. Over the last three years, Michalaka and six students from The Citadel have looked at 49 roundabouts (collecting … Read More
Sponsored by: The Citadel It’s not uncommon for people to spend 10 or even 20 years in a particular career field and then decide to take an entirely new path. Sometimes they are military retirees, parents who want to re-enter the workforce after their children start school, or simply mid-career professionals looking for a change of pace and a way to make a difference.Those career changers often make the very best … Read More
Cuba has made headlines quite a bit over the last two years. In December 2014, President Obama and Cuba’s President Raúl Castro announced a thaw in U.S.-Cuba relations. President-elect Donald Trump has promised to roll back what he says were one-sided concessions to the Castro regime that have not been reciprocated.