February 25, 2021
For the Love of Engineering
The love to tinker and build, void of scientific reasoning, was most likely how many engineers and engineering technologists got their start. I can recall it, just like yesterday, at the age of eight, as I attempted to repair an old broken record player in my home. The process of discovering the problem, disassembly, remedying with a solution, and reassembly, brought excitement to the job at hand. The thrill it would bring, to hear it play music once more would soon be thwarted by failure, over and over again.
February 24, 2021
Dr. Coray Davis, Chair of Engineering Answers the Question: Why Engineering?
Dr. Coray Davis, Capitol Tech's Chair of Engineering, spoke with the Capitol Technology University Blog to talk about his personal experience leading to his career in engineering in celebration of Engineers Week.
February 23, 2021
Capitol Tech Celebrates Engineers Week 2021
Engineers Week is a time to recognize the individuals who create today’s make an impact in the field of engineering. Engineer’s Week was founded by the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) in 1951 and runs from February 21st through February 27th. The week is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce with emphasis on increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers.
February 18, 2021
Dr. Julian Manly Earls: A Man of Many NASA Firsts
Dr. Julian Manly Earls over 40-year career at NASA was filled with firsts for the organization. Dr. Earls, a physicist, was first hired as a physicist for the NASA Glenn Research Center where he was appointed into various leadership positions making him the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) first black section head, office chief, division chief, deputy director, and NASA's second black center director.
February 16, 2021
Q&A: Dr. McAndrew Helps Bring Capitol Tech to the World
Capitol Tech's Dean of Doctoral Programs, Dr. Ian McAndrew, has been invited to chair a new society, the International Mechanical Aeronautics and Astronautics Society (IMAAS). Capitology Blog sat down with Dr. McAndrew to discuss this honor.
February 15, 2021
Lisa Mae Brunson: Founder of Wonder Women Tech
Lisa Mae Brunson has been committed to providing a space for underrepresented populations in STEM, including women, people of color, and members of the queer community since she noticed the disparity in representation while looking for STEAM speakers for the Wonder Women Tech conference she created in 2015.