Ransomware Global Strike: The “WannaCry” Attack

    In the height of the westward expansion into California, the “Wild West” became not only a place, but a term that described an entire cultural phenomenon. What made the west so wild were the apparent lawless territories that saw hostile takeovers, train and carriage robberies, kidnapping, and ransoming. … More

Phishing Isn’t a Sport

Cybersecurity is a hot button topic lately. With the rumors of Russian infiltration into the United States Presidential election, and the exposure of private emails and photos onto sites such as WikiLeaks, the privacy that we covet online is becoming increasingly endangered. With the recent phishing scam going through Google … More

Reflection on a March: The Fight for Science

    This post was written by Norbert Kubilus, the President and CEO of Coleman University. We will be posting more guest blogs from our staff and faculty throughout the year so please subscribe for more.  Earth Day 2017 was a wonderful day for a march in San Diego. I joined … More

Faculty Spotlight: Thomas Byrne (Cybersecurity Program)

Part of what makes Coleman University so unique to San Diego is the incredible faculty that we have on our campus. Technology and its development are not pastimes for our faculty; their careers and passions are built around it. We sat down with one of our Cybersecurity instructors, Mr. Thomas … More

Game Development Capstone Presentation is a Huge Success!

  What does it take to design and create a video game from scratch? Have you ever wondered what your ideal game would look like, or what you would want to see in a new game, or how long it would take to make your vision into a physical game? … More

Program Director Donates to Hornets Nest

This month the Coleman University Program Director for Cybersecurity and Software Development donated something incredible to the engineers at ENVI and Hornets Nest!  Bill Reid donated First Person View (FPV) Drone Racing League (DRL) Quad-Copters for the facility to use as part of their drone development initiative. Each Quad-Copter comes … More

There’s More to the Story Than You Think: Women in Technology

March is Women’s History Month, a time to reflect on the contributions and movements that have come from women throughout history. Think about what you take for granted every day without thinking of where it came from or who invented it; would you immediately think a woman had created it? … More

Coleman University Students are Chosen as Semi-finalists in Robotics Development Competition for Mars Exploration!

Technology is not a static field; it changes daily, hourly, and minute by minute. Technology development isn’t even restricted by Earthly aspirations; developers are now looking to the skies again as their next target. Unmanned ground vehicles have become the latest topic for development and putting these autonomous droids on … More

Coleman University President is invited to Speak at the IEEE Life Member Luncheon

The esteemed Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) held a luncheon for their Life Members in San Diego in early March. The Life Member status for IEEE is awarded to members who have been an active part of the organization for a certain number of years while maintaining a … More

Coleman University Hosts Esteemed Tech San Diego Data Series Presentations

Coleman University does its best to host events that our students can sit in on, and ones that will directly benefit out students through professional development. Follow our Coleman Calendar, The Coleman Post newsletter, and look for announcements on campus to find out about all of the student opportunities each … More