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Facebook hack shows vulnerability of large systems, professor says

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Hazards of Space: How Satellite Missions Can Go Wrong

Orbiting thousands of miles above earth satellites can run into problems. Here are some common factors which explain how satellite missions can go wrong.

How Will Synthetic Intelligence Tell Time?

By Jason M. Pittman, Sc.D.

The Evolution of Mechatronics Engineering

Mechatronics: a crossover form of engineering born out of need for engineers with both electrical and mechanical knowledge leading to an amazing array of features in everyday products.

Construction Management: A Career that Pays

Construction management careers are typically leadership positions dealing with large scale construction projects like highways, stadiums, power plants, or hospitals.

Travel in the internet era: we’re all experts now

By Robert Herschbach  

Why a Cybersecurity Career: it’s not just about hacking, professor says

Dr. Mary-Margaret Chantré, a professor of cybersecurity at Capitol Technology University, talks about how young people perceive the cybersecurity field, what aspects capture their imaginations and why more young people are choosing careers in cybersecurity.

Privacy - How is it Flawed?

  By Jason M. Pittman, Sc. D.

Melanie Young: What I Love About Capitol