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Capitol Tech is Washington D.C.’s premier STEM University – supplying human capital to America’s most technologically advanced government agencies and their private sector supply chains. With an education laser-focused on STEM careers, Capitol Technology University uniquely positions students for top roles in the region’s booming tech hub. 

Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Ergonomics and Exercise: Getting Ahead of the Game

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While one may not think of gaming as a particularly physical activity, there are quite a few injuries and ailments that can arise from spending too long behind a screen. From wrist issues like Carpal tunnel and Tendonitis to eye strain, there are plenty of things to look out for while enjoying casual or competitive video gameplay.

Innovation in Construction: Finding New Methods of Sustainability

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The construction industry is a dynamic industry that builds the foundation of our communities, quite literally.

National Safety Month: An Industry Veteran's Words of Wisdom

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As National Safety Month winds down, Capitol Technology University's professor of practice and Chair of Safety Programs Darin Dillow offers words of advice about the evolving occupational health and safety industry he has been a part of for the last 20+ years.

5 Inspiring Women to Watch on International Women in Engineering Day

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June 23rd marks International Women in Engineering Day, and we've compiled a list of powerful and inspiring women in various areas of the industry to show what female leaders in STEM are capable of. Although engineering remains a male-dominated industry, we hope that elevating the voices and accomplishments of successful women like these can help inspire more female engineers in the future.

Inspiring LGBTQ+ Figures in STEM | Pride Month 2022

This Pride Month, we celebrate a handful of individuals who have made their mark on the STEM community despite facing obstacles and struggles relating to their identity or sexuality. The scientists in these stories have overcome personal battles in order to help evolve the world of science and technology for all.

The Drones We’re Looking For

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June is National Safety Month, a time to be aware of the critical safety precautions that must be taken in all working environments, and to strive to create the best conditions for employees in every field, especially the field of construction management. This can be achieved through the use of unmanned drones.

Keeping It Real: Augmented Versus Virtual Reality

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If you struggle to understand the difference between augmented and virtual reality, here’s a hint: augmented reality (AR) is the “real” one.

ALPHA Teaser Series #5: Day 1 & 2 Build Status

The ALPHA Observatory continues to make excellent progress towards first light. On Monday, June 6, ALPHA’s observatory system arrived on campus.

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