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Alumni Profile: Larry Laws

Sometimes all it takes is one enterprising individual to make a difference.

Larry Laws ’13 knows that. When his employer, BGE, was looking for ways to diversify its relay and control team, Laws stepped into help.

Capitol Hosts FIRST Robotics Competition Kickoff

The mood was one of excited anticipation as the 2014 FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) got under way at Capitol College on January 4.

Lockheed Martin White Paper Supports Capitol's Cybersecurity Initiatives

Capitol College took the next step in the evolution of its cybersecurity program when it
welcomed Lockheed Martin to campus on Tuesday, April 26, for the presentation of the company’s white paper titled “

Two Capitol Students to Compete in National Cyber League Championship

Tomorrow, Capitol College students Brian Wilhide and Nathan Wray will both compete in the National Cyber League’s 2012 Fall Pilot Season Championship.
After three regular season competitions, Wilhide ranks No.

Alumni Profile: Amie Seisay '10

It was during a round of job interviews that Amie Seisay began to consider the possibility of starting her own company.

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.