We hope you're
staying cool so far during this sweltering July month - this issue of the
Connector will have you looking forward to the cool fall months and the many events
and important dates coming up!
This summer's edition of the Capitol Chronicle sports an inspired new look, complimenting the college's recently revised and
updated vision. The new outlook on the college's future will start a wave of
new initiatives and projects, and we hope the new format of the college's
magazine will spark a new wave of support from our loyal benefactors.
the Chronicle is going
greener (the print version is FSC certified and on 50% recycled content including 15% post consumer waste) by going online - new page-turning software allows you to interact with
the magazine as never before, and it's compatible with your iPhone, iPad, and
other e-readers. Read it now!
It's almost time to round up your golf buddies and hit the
links! The Capitol College Scholarship Golf Tournament is held every year to
raise funds to support the growing needs of our students through scholarships.
Save the date and join us as we tee off for a good cause.
September 10, 2010
Patuxent Greens Country Club
7 a.m. (8 a.m. shotgun start)
in being a sponsor? Contact Jason Copley, 301-369-2800, ext. 3097.
|ILI Book Series|
The Innovation and Leadership Institute
at Capitol announces the publication of a three-book
series that serves as a resource for students, faculty and professionals
engage in the ongoing academic discussion of best practices in the emerging
field of innovative leadership.
The first installment, Perspectives on Leadership Education: Strategies for Leading
, edited by Dr. Michael G. Gibbs, vice president for advancement,
and Dr. Helen G. Barker, dean, will be available for purchase on Amazon summer 2010. Learn more about the series
and download the preface
of the first book today!
to the series' next installments:
Telecommunications Pioneers, written by Dr. Michael T. Wood - available
Styles, edited by Dr. Helen G. Barker and Dr. Michael G. Gibbs - available
thank you to the generous benefactors who have given to support this series and
the other ILI events presented this year!
Capitol will host the July meeting of the Infragard Maryland Members Alliance on Wednesday,
July 14, 2010 in the Avrum Gudelsky Memorial Auditorium from 8 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
This meeting's theme is protecting trade secrets and defending our country -
InfraGard will welcome Lieutenant General Patrick M. Hughes, U.S. Army, retired,
on the topic of information sharing between government, industry and academe,
and Keith Salette, a senior member of the FBI, who will present on the Economic
Espionage statute - how it works and how private industry can team with the FBI
to protect important trade secrets. IMMA membership not required, invite your
colleagues! Refreshments served at 8 a.m., program begins at 8:30 a.m. Last day
to register is Tuesday, July 13, 2010 - Register now!
The students in the first cohort in the information assurance doctoral program have finished their first semester! Were you one of them? It's
not too late to sign up for one of the fastest growing degree programs around! If
you're interested in achieving academic excellence in information assurance and
pursuing your education to the highest level, contact us with your questions about the admissions process, degree requirements,
financial aid options, and course schedules.
Are you preparing to sit for a certification
exam? Don't go it alone. Delivered online through the Critical Infrastructures
and Cyber Protection Center at Capitol, the CISSP certification examination preparation program is conducted in ten,
four-hour modules, addressing each one of the ten domains of the common bodies
of knowledge associated with the official (ISC)² CISSP certification, preparing
participants to successfully pass the exam. Classes begin Saturday, September 18, 2010; register today!
While most students are enjoying their summer vacations, future college students can still
learn about the exciting Capitol education that could be in store for them.
Encourage a friend or family member to schedule a one-on-one tour today to find out about our
degree programs, state-of-the-art equipment, job guarantee and more. The Office
of Undergraduate Admissions conducts tours and information sessions on weekdays throughout
|Earn One Free Credit|
This could be the year you come back to Capitol
to get your master's degree! Capitol College
is offering one free credit towards your first enrollment in a master's degree
program when you attend a Virtual Open House
. Just like an on-campus Open
House, a VOH is Capitol
College's way of
acclimating potential graduate students to the online learning environment. Learn about our programs, interact with faculty
and deans, ask questions, experience first-hand our unique
online platform, Capitol Live. To receive this credit, you must apply for admission and attend a VOH; credit
awarded only for enrollment in the semester following your VOH attendance. You
must meet the admissions requirements of the academic program to receive the
credit. Register now
for the following VOH date exclusively for master's programs:
Join the exceptional team of faculty and staff at Capitol!
Browse employment opportunities for yourself or a friend.
a presentation by Andrea Razzaghi of NASA on women in STEM education. Mark your calendars for September 13!