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Upcoming Events


The Battle of Guadalcanal: Fighting & Winning a Single Naval Campaign

In August 1942, the US had an offensive, strategic opportunity in the Pacific war against Imperial Japan. General Douglas MacArthur aimed to tie down the Japanese on New Guinea while the Navy/Marine Corps launched operation WATCHTOWER with the goal of taking the island of Guadalcanal.  A free public lecture by Dr. C.P. Neimeyer, USMC (ret.)

Tuesday, October 30, 6:30PM in Bond 165

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 The New Cold War: Democracy v. Authoritarianism in the Post-Soviet Era

A Discussion with Davit Bakradze, Ambassador of Georgia to the United States of America

How Serious is the threat posed by resurgent authoritarianism across the globe? What must the world's democracies do to compete successfully in the years ahead? The Ambassador's presentation is sponsored by the International Politics & Military Affairs and Intelligence & Security Studies Programs of The Citadel's School of Humanities & Social Sciences.  It is free and open to the public.

Thursday, November 1, 6:45PM in Bond 165

The Citadel Symposium on American Leaders And Leadership in WWIAmerican Leaders and Leadership in WWI: A Centennial Symposium

Sponsored by the Citadel Department of History, Daniel Library, and the Krause Center for Leadership & Ethics with noted speakers Edward Lengel, Richard Faulkner, Matt Davenport, Herbert Frandsen, and Lawrence Sondhaus.

Saturday, November 3, 8:30AM - 4:45PM in Bond 165

Past Events 

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 Jeffery Robinson: A Chronicle of Racism in America

Jeffery Robinson, a nationally recognized leader on criminal justice, will speak about Racial history, and the implicit or unconscious biases that have particularly harmful effects on the criminal justice system. He will explore the roots of white supremacy dating back to the early 1600s and review the state of race in 2018 to create an understanding of moving forward in America with fairness and equity.

This event is hosted by the League of Women Voters of the Charleston Area and their partners, the ACLU of South Carolina, the College of Charleston, the Avery Research Center, the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, and the Citadel School of Humanities & Social Sciences.

Mayor John C. Tecklenburg will close the evening announcing plans for the city's continuing work on social justice and racial equity.  

Free and open to the public.  Thursday, September 20, 6PM-9PM, Burke High School, 244 President Street, Charleston, SC 29403

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 2018 Intelligence and Cyber Security Conference

In continuation of its tradition as an educational leader in the field of US National Security, The Citadel is pleased to announce that it will host the third conference on the subject on September 25-26, 2018. The forthcoming conference, like the two before it, will feature presentations by academic faculty, students, and practicing professionals from a variety of governmental agencies and private security companies. 

September 25-26, 2018

Holliday Alumni Center

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pat conroy'Pat Conroy at The Citadel' Symposium

The “Pat Conroy at The Citadel” Symposium will feature a lineup of distinguished speakers discussing Conroy’s work, life, and legacy, and his connections to The Citadel and the Charleston area. The symposium, which will be free and open to the public, will include ample time for questions and discussion from members of the public. This one-day event will celebrate one of South Carolina’s best-known and most popular writers with a series of individual talks and panel discussions by Conroy experts and Conroy’s friends and loved ones.

Saturday, March 3, 9AM-5:30PM, Holliday Alumni Center


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The Creative Warrior: Innovative Digital Media in the 21st Century Military - Preregistration Required 

February 20, 5:30PM-8:30PM, Holliday Alumni Center

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Donald Trump's Washington

The Department of Political Science and the School of Humanities and Social Science will host talk show radio host Bill Press. Free & open to the public. 

October 16, 6:45PM-8:30PM, Duckett Auditorium

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Old South City, New South Revival - Political Leadership in Charleston South Carolina

Theme: Confronting the Southern Past: The Making of the International African American Museum, with Michael Boulware Moore, Professor Bernard Powers, David Rawle

April 6, 3:30-5:00PM, Maritime Center, 10 Wharfside Street

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Barracks to Broadway

April 12, 6:30-8:00PM, Mark Clark Hall

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Old South City, New South Revival - Political Leadership in Charleston South Carolina

Theme: The Emanuel Massacre and Post-Racial America

April 13, 5:00-6:30PM, Mother Emanuel AME Church, 110 Calhoun Street

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Hunting the Future: Predicting Cyber-Security Threats in Speculative Media

An evening with Myke Cole, counter-terrorism expert, military historian and author, and star of the hit CBS show, HUNTED

April 13, 6:30-7:30PM, Bond 165, The Citadel

Political Leadership in Charleston

Old South City, New South Revival - Political Leadership in Charleston South Carolina

Theme: Joe Riley’s Charleston – Retrospective on Leadership and the Making of a Great American City with David Agnew, Harry Lesesne, and Jean Toal, Former Chief Justice of SC Supreme Court

April 20, 3:30-5:00PM, Bond 165, The Citadel

Political Leadership in Charleston

Old South City, New South Revival - Political Leadership in Charleston South Carolina

Theme: A Lifetime of Service

April 25, 3:30-5:00PM, Bond 165, The Citadel

steam campSTEAM Camp @ The Citadel

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