Today in honor of international women’s day, the Capitol team is feeling reflective. Every year we are fortunate enough to sit down with some brilliant young women pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math fields (STEM).
Science Places: UNDER, Norway
By: Sarah Van Horn
Aviation Industry Advancements Create Exciting Opportunities
By: Dr. Ian McAndrew
Your organization may be cybersecure, but are your vendors?
How Target Corporation became the cautionary tale of cybersecurity risks with one of the largest breaches to date. Here are some best practices to manage risk for your organization as well as vendors and contractors.
Common Resume Myths
Before you can really discuss the best way to write your resume and what to do or not to do, it’s important to take a step back and think about why you’re writing it. What are the goals of this resume?
Machine Learning: Finding the Root
Jason M. Pittman, ScD
How do you become a construction manager?
With the construction industry booming and continued growth expected, being a construction manager is a stable, lucrative career. But what are the qualifications that you need to become a construction manager? Read more to find out.
Capitol student presents at IEEE conference
Students involved with the Brain-Machine Interface workshop at Capitol Technology University are experimenting with technologies of the fut
Student Engineer Spotlight: Kimberly Frost
Engineer’s week 2019 is here, and Capitol engineering students from all specializations are coming together to make it a great week full of learning, community, and geeking-out together.
Behind the Bot: The Story of our R2 Unit
He’s the king of beeps and boops. He’s that famous blue droid. He’s made out of a large old Pepsi container and some odd bits lying around the lab. He’s R2-D2 – or at least our version of him.