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Goodbye, Matt!

December 31, 1969
 I’m really going to miss Matthew Polly's book. He is the author of American Shaolin: Flying Kicks, Buddhist Monks, and the Legend of Iron Crotch, which is required reading in English Communications I.

What is intelligence?

December 31, 1969
By Jason M. Pittman, Sc. D.March 26, 2018

Capitol invited to National Cyber Summit

December 31, 1969
With cyber threats increasing both in variety and volume, the need for building up the cybersecurity workforce through education and training has never been greater.

A Summer Camp with a Difference!

December 31, 1969
Are you a high school student making plans for your summer? How would you like to spend part of that time learning how to detect cyberattacks and foil those who try to carry them out?

Site visits to Northrop Grumman, FBI and American Red Cross

December 31, 1969
By Sarah Alspaw, Assistant Director of Career Services and Graduate Student Support

Dynamic Duos

April 27, 1868
By Dr. Michael T. Wood, President, Capitol Technology University

Capitol doctoral student investigates organizational dynamics

April 27, 1553
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

April 27, 1473
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

April 27, 1421
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

April 27, 1337
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.