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Faculty Profile: Eric Sabbah, PhD

Not many small children would willingly forego birthday parties, but that’s exactly what Eric Sabbah did in exchange for his first computer.

A Match for Da Vinci?

As a former teacher in the Maryland public schools, I helped to administer the annual IQ tests to hundreds of children in my 14-year-career.  “Administered” is somewhat of a misnomer, because I simply monitored the 120 or so 4th

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.

Dynamic Duos

By Dr. Michael T. Wood, President, Capitol Technology University

Capitol doctoral student investigates organizational dynamics

In a business or organization, motivated employees are an asset.Employees who develop rivalries and try to undermine each other -- not so much.

Overnight Stay Participants Get Taste of Capitol Life

Accepted Student Overnights have become an increasingly popular way to give prospective students a taste of the college experience.

Critical infrastructures expert Marianne Meins to deliver commencement address at Capitol

Marianne Meins, vice president for critical infrastructure strategy at Parsons, will address graduating bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral students as Capitol Technology University

The Drone Revolution: Capitol Prof Mulls the Cybersecurity Implications

With drones being used for a widening array of purposes, the level of public interest is high. Relatively little attention, however, is being paid to the cybersecurity implications, said Dr.

Upcoming Cyber Saturdays

Spring semester dates for Capitol’s popular Cyber Saturday program have been announced. Events will be held on January 24, February 28 and April 14.