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Dean's Monthly Message

The Citadel held its Ninth Annual Principled Leadership Symposium March 17 and 18 and it was a great success, as anyone who attended will attest. Governor Nikki Haley kicked it off with a very moving speech on the tragic events of 2015 in the Charleston area, starting with the shooting of Walter Scott in North Charleston, then the Mother Emanuel Church shootings, and finally the “thousand-year flood” of October.  In each case, Charleston showed how special it is.  In the cases of the shootings, there was no violence, as we have seen in other communities.  Rather, led by the families of the victims, the community rose up, not to set fires and loot, but to embrace each other to express solidarity and support, including a 20,000 person unity rally across the Ravenel Bridge. 

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The Citadel's 2016 Principled Leadership Symposium
The Citadel's 2016 Principled Leadership Symposium

The theme of this year's Principled Leadership Symposium was Principled Leadership: Character, Courage, Community. This year's theme was selected to recognize and explore the Charleston community's united leadership effort in the wake of the massacre of nine people at Mother Emanuel Church, which is near The Citadel campus. Click on the above image to watch highlights from this year's symposium.
 
There is Still Time to Register for CDI 2016
Keynote Speakers Include Chick-fil-A's Chairman and CEO, and a U.S. Congressman
There are still a few seats left for CDI 2016.  This one day seminar is designed exclusively for directors, C-level executives, and those aspiring to be directors...

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CSB Hosts the 2016 SCAAE Conference

The 2016 South Carolina Association of Accounting Educators (SCAAE) Conference was held at The Citadel on Friday and Saturday, February 26-27. As usual, this year’s conference focused on teaching and learning the profession.



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CME 2016 (Sponsor: CME Group Foundation)

The CME Group Foundation and The Citadel School of Business have joined forces to bring together leading academics, professionals, and government officials for a seminar designed for outreach to the Charleston community.  



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The Citadel MBA Association Hosts Oyster Roast

On Saturday, February 27, The Citadel MBA Association hosted the 6th Annual MBA Oyster Roast for students, faculty, and their respective guests.  The event was held at The Stables at Boals Farm which offered an incomparable setting of over 33 acres and is an authentic, working horse farm.  Those who attended enjoyed steamed oysters, barbecue, and southern sides...

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Battlefield Leadership 2016
 
On March 9-11, business leaders were taken to various Revolutionary and Civil War sites around Charleston to learn about the events that occurred there and how battlefield leadership decisions translate to the business world. This is done in partnership with Battlefield Leadership, LLC, which was founded by two former heads of Military History at West Point. 
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  • Dr. Richard Ebeling has new articles featured on EpicTimes, a news and commentary website.  His most recent EpicTimes article is titled: "Big Government Fuels Income Inequality: Liberty, Competition, and Free Trade are Keys to Prosperity."
  • School of Business faculty member Dr. Carl Betterton has been awarded a full year sabbatical for academic year 2016-2017. The award was approved by Provost Connie Book, based on recommendation of Dean William Trumbull, and following a College-wide competitive peer-reviewed process. Provost Book noted in her 24 February award announcement, "I extend my sincere congratulations to you on this well-deserved honor."  Among other efforts during the sabbatical, Dr. Betterton will be developing simulation, risk modeling, and business analytics capabilities for CSB curriculum and faculty consulting. Another major component will be advancing a text on Business Analytics and Risk Modeling with a colleague in the School.
  • Cadet Justin Mitchell received an award for him to attend the Pi Sigma Epsilon National Convention in Milwaukee, WI later this month. Four additional cadets will be accompanying him.
  • Congratulations to Sykes Wilford, Janette Moody, and Russell Sobel on their recent publications:
    • Dr. Wilford's paper titled “Private equity capital commitments: an options theoretic risk management approach,” has been accepted and is forthcoming in the Journal of Financial Transformation.
    • Dr. Moody's paper titled “CPA credential delivers high value,” has been accepted and is forthcoming in the Journal of Accountancy.
    • Dr. Sobel's paper titled “Does Corruption Ever Help Entrepreneurship?” has been accepted and is forthcoming in Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal.
  • Congratulations to Dr. Iordanis Karagiannidis and his wife, Chrysoula Malogianni, on becoming U.S. Citizens on Tuesday, March 8th.
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