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Cleopatra, tortoise CTU helped outfit with a #3Dprinted shell, made the cover of @denverpost! http://t.co/jJJCGWXpoK http://t.co/MCEhJi1ind

CTU is one of the first 44 universities named a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance and Cyber Defense by the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Join us in celebrating the news! “This designation is important because it further validates that CTU provides rigorous and industry-relevant education to our students - which provides value to our nation.” said Dr. Bruce Harmon, University Dean for Engineering and Computer Studies.

What Can You Do While Job Hunting? http://t.co/FPSaWsZvRZ

A big break in the case today! Watch the video to find out more details on the text messages sent and another huge piece of information. Check it out now: https://youtu.be/6CNVJo5Z09s New to CTUclue? Check out our fictional crime scenario made by CTU students and faculty members. Read the clues and post your hypothesis as the case unfolds: http://bit.ly/CTUclue5

"Adaptive technology is on the rise, the educational community is embracing this technology" @DrConnieJohnson at VA-ACME

Click below to watch the 9NEWS (KUSA) news clip covering our 3D printed tortoise shell project. Then, browse our album for more photos and celebrate Cleopatra's new shell! http://on.fb.me/1EHhbaQ

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