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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. 

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Remote sensing satellite technology in different fields

remote sensing satellite technology
Remote sensing satellite technology monitors and detects physical characteristics of an area by measuring at a distance and is used in many fields, including agriculture, meteorology, and emergency management services.

Katherine Johnson: In Commemoration of Mathematician and computer scientist responsible for the NASA flight path of the first U.S. moon landing

Katherine Johnson
This profile on Katherine Johnson, Mathematician and computer scientist responsible for the NASA flight path of the first U.S. moon landing, is the thirteenth post in a month-long series of profiles on Black STEM innovators in honor of Black History Month. Today’s post is in honor of Johnson’s contributions to society in commemoration of her life. Johnson passed away today at the age of 101.

Dr. Kunle Olukotun: Inventor, Professor and Pioneer of Multi Core Scalar Processors

Dr. Kunle Olukotun
This profile on Dr. Kunle Olukotun, an inventor and professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University, is the twelfth post in a month-long series of profiles on Black STEM innovators in honor of Black History Month. Today’s post also celebrates Engineers’ Week, by focusing on Dr. Olukotun. 

Gerald "Jerry" Lawson: Inventor of the First Home Gaming Console with Interchangeable Cartridge

Jerry Lawson
This profile on Gerald "Jerry" Lawson, an engineer and inventor of the first home gaming console that utilized interchangeable cartridges, is the tenth post in a month-long series of profiles on Black STEM innovators in honor of Black History Month. Today’s post also celebrates Engineers’ Week, by focusing on Lawson. 

Aprille Ericsson-Jackson: Aerospace Engineer, and First African American Woman to Earn PhD’s from Two Renowned Institutions

Aprille Ericsson-Jackson
This profile on Aprille Ericsson-Jackson, an Aerospace Engineer, the first woman to earn a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Howard University, and  the first African-American woman to earn a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from NASA GSFC, is the eleventh post in a month-long series of profiles on Black STEM innovators in honor of Black History Month. Today’s post also celebrates Engineers’ Week, by focusing on Ericsson-Jackson. 

Kimberly Bryant: Accomplished Electrical Engineer and Founder of Black Girls Code

Kimberly Bryant
This profile on Kimberly Bryant, an electrical engineer and founder of Black Girls Code, is the ninth post in a month-long series of profiles on Black STEM innovators in honor of Black History Month. Today’s post also celebrates Engineers’ Week, by focusing on Bryant. 

Construction safety management technology trends

construction safety management trends
Technology has had a huge impact on construction safety. Trends in construction safety management may change from year to year, but focus continues to be on proper training through use of new technologies.

B.S. in Construction Safety Receives QAP Approval by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals

Capitol Technology University received Qualified Academic Program (QAP) approval from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) for its online Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Safety.

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