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Alumni support vital as Cyber Battle Team readies for competition

During the last year, members of Capitol Technology University’s Alumni Association raised close to $9,000 to support the Fusion Lab, which provides resources for interdisciplinary systems engineering projects such as Hermes and TRAPSat.

Golf tournament builds camaraderie, raises funds for scholarships

Capitol Technology University held its annual scholarship golf tournament on Friday (October 23) at the Turf Valley resort in Ellicott City, Maryland. Originally set for October 3, the event was postponed due to inclement weather.

NSSP offers road map to security careers

With its cutting-edge programs in cybersecurity and other technology-related fields, as well as its ongoing partnerships with government agencies and area employers, Capitol Technology University has long been an attractive choice for st

Rick Hansen ’83: From Microprocessors to Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is a vast field with numerous niche areas for professionals to explore, says Rick Hansen, a cybersecurity consultant whose work has included developing network technologies to protect sensitive Department of Defense (DoD) d

Alumni Profile: Ryan Schrenk ‘15

Alongside his academic work at Capitol, astronautical engineering graduate Ryan Schrenk founded what has become one of the most notable student-led projects in the school’s history.

Career Day at Capitol Technology University

Capitol Technology University will host its annual Career Day on Tuesday, September 22.

Capitol Hosts FIRST Tech Challenge Kickoff Event

The FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) 2015-16 season officially got under way on Saturday (September 12), with more than 400 students from Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region arriving a

Capitol to offer cyber education opportunities to physical security pros at ASIS conference

Physical security professionals with an interest in building or developing cybersecurity credentials will be able to learn about the educational opportunities available at Capitol Technology University when they attend the

Capitol Students and Faculty Launch Satellite Payload Into Space

“Two minutes,” says Carl Hansen, noting the time since the launch of a sounding rocket carrying Capitol Technology University’s Project Hermes payload from NASA Wallops Flight Facility.

Capitol Doctoral Students Complete Residency Weekend

Capitol Technology University held its summer 2015 residency over the weekend for the Doctor of Science (DSc) Cybersecurity program.