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Exciting news! Midura, #CTUmilitary rep and @USNavy veteran, joins @CCMEonline board as #military #education liaison: http://t.co/4AiTlixuqH

Two weeks down now. CTUclue’s Lost Diamond case has gained a lot of momentum. We discovered GHB in Diamond’s system and the text message timing is different that time of death. Get completely caught up here: http://bit.ly/CTUclue5 Share your theories on the note! 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

RT @3DPrintingStore: Thank you @DenverChannel for today's coverage! #savingcleopatra @ctuniversity http://t.co/BSEO4GaUeL

Does anyone have feedback for Hallie?

Cleopatra's prosthetic #3Dprinted shell, made by CTU student & @usairforce #veteran Roger Henry, on @HuffingtonPost! http://t.co/jEJQzXrqev

Put your 'likes' together for our newly appointed University Dean for IT and Computer Sciences, Dr. Yanzhen Qu; and University Dean for Engineering and Computer Studies, Dr. Bruce Harmon! Serving for many years as CTU program directors, Dr. Qu’s (center) impressive history of scholarly research and industry experience, combined with Dr. Harmon's (center right) expansive industry relationships and innovative STEM work, will provide critical guidance as we continue to expand industry-relevant IT and CS programs.

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