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Tech keeps rising as the major form of connections. That's changing how we work. Karen Kocher explains: http://t.co/v5N5gVaiWg #CTUpresents

The United States Air Force turns 67 today. Before becoming the U.S. Air Force in 1947, military pilots can be traced back to 1907 as the Aeronautical Division, Signal Corps. In 1908 they got their first airplane, made by none other than the Wright Brothers. They have come a long way since then. Happy Birthday!

Happy 67th Birthday @usairforce! You’ve come a long way since flying a Wright brothers’ plane. #CTUMilitary

Our students are busy juggling life, work, family and then school on top of it all. Estimating how long any given task will take can help manage the hours every day. Something as easy as wearing a watch can help. What works well for you to keep track of your time?

RT @drkristy08: Great job @BethBraaten719 representing @ctuniversity at @REA CHPikesPeak! http://t.co/jvWxuRQR9t

It’s Constitution Day and our Dean of Homeland Security, Nadav Morag, has written a great piece on what the right to privacy means to security. “In a democracy, people should feel that they and their property cannot just be searched at whim by the government and they have a right to keep things private if they so choose..” Follow the link to read the rest.

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