The President's Forum is a joint program of the Office of the President and the Innovation and Leadership Institute that brings distinguished speakers and panelists to campus to share their insights on innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership.
President's Forum events are held in the auditorium.
Oct. 10 Dr. Timothy Mucklow - Senior Historian at the Center for Cryptologic History
On Wednesday, Oct. 10 at noon, Capitol’s Innovation and Leadership Institute will present the 2012 President’s Forum, and the event will be open to the public. Dr. Timothy Mucklow, senior historian at the Center for Cryptologic History will present and review the most famous cryptographic machine in the world, the German ENIGMA. He will also discuss America’s lesser known, but unbroken, SIGABA. Both machines will be on display in the Avrum Gudelsky Auditorium