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Construction bidding activity is on the rise

May 26, 2021
The construction industry witnessed a steep drop off in bids at the start of the pandemic. Now, construction bidding is on the rise — not only meeting but exceeding pre-pandemic rates.

Alum Sydnee Distance Credits Much of Her Success to Capitol Tech

May 25, 2021
Capitology Blog sat down with Capitol Tech alumnae Sydnee Distance to talk about her time at the university and how it has helped to lead her into a successful career.

AAPI Heritage Month: Contributions to Technology

May 24, 2021
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month and Capitology Blog is highlighting the various contributions made by AAPI individuals in the STEM fields.

Top 10 in-demand cybersecurity skills for 2021

May 24, 2021
The top 10 in-demand cybersecurity skills for 2021 include interpersonal skills, business acumen, and agility, items that might not initially come to mind when considering the field.

Alumni Interview: Markus Mabson Never Stops Learning

May 21, 2021
Capitology Blog sat down with Capitol Tech alumnus Markus Mabson.  Markus obtained his B.S in Cyber and Information Security in 2017 and just completed his Master’s in the same field.

Facilities Management Course Spotlight: Space Planning

May 21, 2021
Construction and facility managers, architects, and designers all work together to ensure that a new space is not only properly but effectively constructed by implementing space planning principles in a construction project.

High-Rises and Terror Attacks: How We Can Prepare for the Worst

May 20, 2021
Recently, Dr. Joshua Sinai, Capitol Technology Professor of Practice in Counterterrorism Studies, published an article in ASIS International's "Security Management" magazine for the March/April 2021 issue.

Why Writing Matters: A Comma Worth $15 Million

May 19, 2021
  When pursuing an education, and ultimately a career, in the STEM and business fields, you may consider courses in the humanities a necessary evil – a degree requirement that you suffer through to get to the “fun” courses. 

AAPI Heritage Month: Contributions to Infrastructure

May 18, 2021
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. In celebration of AAPI Heritage Month, Capitology Blog is highlighting the various contributions made by AAPI individuals in the STEM fields.

Cap Tech's Own Space Race

May 17, 2021
Everyone knows that Capitol Tech students soar to new heights academically, but for a small group of passionate hobbyists, the figurative just isn’t enough.