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Announcement: Certified CMMC Professional (CCP) Certification Now Available!



Capitol Technology University is happy to announce that we will be offering Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) training in partnership with CyberDI, the premier Licensed Training Provider of CMMC-AB.

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World Radio Day – Getting Back to Capitol’s Roots



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Big Data Analytics – Capitol Tech Weighs In at IEEE Conference



In December 2021, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) held an International Conference on Big Data.

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Robots in the Wild – Event Recap



On Saturday, January 22nd, Capitol Technology University hosted a Robotics in Disaster and Environmental Research showcase.

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Event this Weekend! Robotics in Disaster and Environmental Research



Join Capitol Tech on-campus this weekend for a robotics showcase of the engineering methods and equipment used in disaster and environmental research and aid relief operations.

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CACTUS-1: Mission Complete!



After a 7 year endeavor, Capitol Technology University is pleased to share with you the final report on our CACTUS-1 payload project, headed by professor Alex (Sandy) Antunes with a leadership team involving over 30 students througho

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Capitol Tech and CollegeBound Partner to Bring Bright Future to Baltimore Students



On Wednesday, December 15th, Capitol Technology University signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with CollegeBound Foundation (CollegeBound), an organizati

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James Webb Space Telescope to Launch Dec. 25!



NASA confirmed that their decades-long initiative is ready for take-off: The James Webb Space Telescope is scheduled to launch on Saturday, December 25 at approximately 7:20 a.m. EST.

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Dr. Mary Aiken Visits Capitol Technology University!



Capitol Technology University Leadership had the pleasure of receiving a visit on Wednesday, December 8th from Dr. Mary Aiken at the campus located in Laurel, MD.

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Observatory Coming to Capitol Campus!



Capitol Technology University Astronautical Engineering (AE) program was recently awarded a grant by the Maryland Space Grant Consortium to establish the Asteroid Large aperture PHotometry exoplAnet transit (ALPHA) observatory, which will be located on the university campus.

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