For library director Rick Sample, it’s the students that count
“Libraries, to a librarian, are always personal,” says Rick Sample, director of library services and information literacy.
Navigating finals week: Capitol professors weigh in
Finals week is a time that, for many students, brings a sense of trepidation.
Capitol Launches Programs to Meet Industry Analytics Demand
The Capitol community recently welcomed SAS representatives to our campus for a special event on Friday (November 3).
Analytics at Capitol: it’s not just for business students!
In today’s workplace, being able to move up the organizational ladder depends increasingly on the ability to understand data and use it effectively in making decisions.
Partnership with Cameroon’s CUIB Takes Another Step Forward
The president of the Catholic University Institute of Buea (CUIB) was at the Capitol Technology University campus in Laurel, MD on Wednesday (October 14) to flesh out new details of a partnership announced earlier in the year.
Using Unmanned Systems in the Field of Search and Rescue
In the wake of a natural disaster, the last thing anyone wants is further injury or loss of life. First responders put themselves at risk to aid victims, often without knowing the extent of the situation before they go in.
Cyber’s increased role in warfare heightens need for expertise
Want to serve your country and protect against dangerous adversaries? Increasingly, acquiring cybersecurity expertise is of pivotal importance.
Considering a doctoral degree program? Attend a virtual information session!
It’s a major milestone in a professional career, demonstrating advanced expertise and credentials: a doctoral degree.
Career Events in 2016-2017
By Sarah Alspaw, Associate Director of Career Services
Cyber Saturdays Are Here
Are you a high school, community college, or Capitol student with an interest in cybersecurity? Would you like to test your skills in a fast-paced game environment?