April 1, 2020
Capitol's Roots Are in Distance Learning
As universities across the nation switch to purely online classes, some are calling this a new look at education. I'd call it a retro take—we're going back to a mode of education Capitol perfected in 1927. In essence, we're returning to our roots as a correspondence school, only better. To start, let's take a peek at Capitol's origins.
March 20, 2020
The Nation's "Best Cybersecurity Program" Will Help You to Become the Best
The news covers it weekly, you use it daily, and businesses monitor it by the minute. It’s difficult to remain unaware that the cybersecurity industry needs highly skilled personnel when it is used so often and so ubiquitously across industries. Despite the need, not just anyone can become a cybersecurity expert – especially not overnight or after attending a short course.
March 17, 2020
Dr. Gloria Hewitt: One of the First African-American Woman to Receive a PhD in Mathematics
This profile on Dr. Gloria Hewitt is the sixth post in a month-long series of profiles about female STEM innovators in honor of Women’s History Month. Check back each weekday to read a new profile.