Windows 11, the latest version of the Microsoft Windows operating system (OS), was released in October 2021 with a broad upgrade deployment hitting in late January.
Annie Easley, NASA Mathematician and STEM Pioneer
February 23, 2022
As we continue celebrating Black History Month, we're highlighting another renowned African American STEM leader, NASA scientist Annie J. Easley.
A President's Day Celebration of Our STEM Leaders
February 21, 2022
It’s President’s Day here in the United States, a time to celebrate the past leaders of this country and all they have done to further develop it.
Robots at the Olympics!
February 17, 2022
With COVID-19 still in the air but finally seeming to abate, people have been returning to mass gatherings under specialized safety protocols, including school, weddings, and of course, the Winter 2022 Beijing Olympics.
Orbiting the Unknown │ ALPHA Teaser Series #2
February 11, 2022
Highlighting Black Achievements in STEM
February 10, 2022
It’s Black History Month here in the United States, a time to educate ourselves on our history and recognize the great contributions that African Americans have made in all facets of life.
Exploring the Metaverse
February 9, 2022
In October 2021, Mark Zuckerberg announced that the Facebook company was re-branding as Meta, folding all of the social media conglomerate’s brands into one new organization.
How Drones and Digital Twins are Changing the Construction Landscape
February 8, 2022
Drones are used in the construction industry in a number of ways. The birds-eye view a drone provides helps improve site safety by identifying potential risks and areas of concern.
Introducing the Capitol Chargers Overwatch Team
February 7, 2022
Thanks to Capitol Chargers Overwatch Team member and student Bill Roberson for contributing this guest blog about our newly formed university esports team!
Virtual Volunteer Opportunities – A Safe Way to Give Back