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Designing the structures he once helped build

Nathaniel NelsonBachelor of Architecture Five years ago, Nathaniel Nelson decided to put down the hammer and head back to the classroom. It was a decision the long-time construction worker said made his family happy, and him nervous. Now, less than one year from graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, an impressive GPA, and the […]

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Technical Education

How to be successful in high-tech careers

The decision on if, when, and where to attend college is one of the most important decisions a person can make. It affects your future, your finances, and your happiness. And the factors that drive that decision are even more complex. Before enrolling — or even applying — to a college, students weigh everything from […]

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Rising to the challenge

Sumeya MohamedBachelor of Science in Interior Design Sumeya Mohamed has never let challenges get in the way of achieving her goals. And she learned from an early age to turn obstacles into opportunities. Born in Minneapolis, Mohamed is a first-generation American. Her parents immigrated to the United States from Somalia before she and her sister […]

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Second career, new beginning

From fashion design to construction, one Dunwoody student is pursuing her dreams Kia Arendt always wanted to create, to build, and to make things better. Now about to get her degree in Construction Project Management from Dunwoody, she is close to making that goal a reality. It has been a long journey for the Zumbrota, […]

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Dunwoody announces 2020 faculty awards

As 2020 comes to a close, Dunwoody is proud to present several service awards in recognition of the many faculty and staff members who have made a difference to the College, its students, and the broader community.  Distinguished Teacher  This year’s Distinguished Teacher award was presented to Lonny Lunn, Assistant Professor, Automotive Service Technology.   The Distinguished Teacher Award […]

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Dunwoody College names next Provost

Scott Stallman, an experienced academic leader, will start this January Dunwoody College of Technology is excited to announce that Scott Stallman, Ph.D., has been named the College’s new Provost. Stallman will be starting his new position in early January, after relocating from Texas. A strategic leader and visionary, Stallman brings with him 13 years of […]

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Events

KATE DUNWOODY SOCIETY GOES VIRTUAL FOR ANNUAL FUNDRAISING EVENT

Special event will raise scholarship dollars and celebrate women pursuing technical careers Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and the pioneer in technical education, will host the Kate Dunwoody Society Virtual Event, presented by Morrie’s Classic Car Collection, on Tuesday, November 10 from 12-1 p.m. CST. The event is free to attend, but […]

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Virtual Career Fair connects students to employers

Event included more than 140 companies Like everything else in 2020, Dunwoody’s annual Fall Career Fair looked a bit different. But despite the change from on-campus to online, the event still demonstrated that Dunwoody students remain in high-demand.   More than 142 companies and 229 company representatives attended the virtual event on Wednesday, Sept. 30, which was […]