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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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National Day of Civic Hacking

National Day of Civic Hacking
For most, the word ‘hacking’ conjures images of a sketchy person clad in dark hooded clothing typing furiously at a computer in a dark room. While hacking and hackers have certainly been in the news lately for data breaches and other sinister online activity, there is such a thing as a benevolent hacker. These types of hackers engage in what is known as civic hacking which is “the process of finding…technology-based solutions to solve civic problems.”1

Capitol Gears Up for Cybersecurity Awareness Month as Program Celebrates 20 Years



Capitol Technology University will be hosting a series of events and activities during October in conjunction with Cybersecurity Awareness Month , an initiative designed to raise awareness of the ongoing need to protect computer networks and systems from breaches and intrusions.

Capitol Technology University Partners with Black Girls Hack



This summer, Capitol Technology University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with BlackGirlsHack, an organization founded by Tennisha Martin, to share knowledge and resources to help black girls and women break through barriers to careers in information security and cybersecurity.

Recognizing Information Tech Staff on IT Professionals Day

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September 21st marks 2021’s National Information Technology (IT) Professionals Day, a day in honor of those dedicated to solving our slew of modern technological problems.

Capitol Mourns the Passing of Board Member Dr. Curtis Levinson



It is with profound sadness that Capitol Technology University announces the passing of board member and cybersecurity expert Dr. Curtis Levinson.

Defining Terrorism and How it Can Help With Counterterrorism Strategies

challenge of defining terrorism and how it can help with counterterrorism strategies
Over the years, the perception of what and who a terrorist is has evolved, as experts aim to find the most accurate definition. This challenge of defining terrorism is one that experts in counterterrorism face everyday.

Capitol Tech Honors Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month
September 15th through October 15th of 2021 brings us this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to celebrate those with Spanish, Mexican, Caribbean, Central American, and South American heritage. In honor of the holiday, this edition of the Capitology blog will highlight a few individuals with Hispanic heritage that have made invaluable advancements to STEM fields.

National Coding Week Starts Today

National Coding Week
September 14th through the 20th is National Coding Week, a time for everyone to familiarize  with coding by becoming more digitally literate through classes and engagement. With the world of today growing more and more reliant on technology, it’s important for us all to become familiar with the basics of what makes our systems run.

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