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Dunwoody College of Technology releases 2021 Fall Semester Dean’s List

Congratulations to the following students who have been named to Dunwoody College of Technology’s fall 2021 semester dean’s list. The students listed received this honor by achieving a 3.5 (or higher) grade point average during the fall 2021 semester (overall g.p.a. is not considered when calculating the semester dean’s list). To be considered, students must also have been full-time, […]

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Aspire Scholarship recipient found his path in the automotive field

A hands-on learner who enjoys working on cars, Txiab Khang found his perfect fit in the Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing program at Dunwoody College of Technology.   Khang graduated from Patrick Henry High School in 2021 and heard about Dunwoody from family and friends. He toured the College while in high school and decided to […]

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Newly designed robots set to compete in international snowplow competition

Dunwoody students rolled up their sleeves and spent the last several months designing and building three new autonomous snowplows from the ground up. The new ones will update and replace namesakes Wendigo, Wechuge, and Snow Devil in the 12th Annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition, held on the Dunwoody campus later this month. This type of upgrade […]

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Faculty News

Architecture faculty leaves mark with Minneapolis public art

Dunwoody has a long history of shaping the built landscape of Minneapolis. That tradition continues today as a new public artwork project for the Minneapolis Public Service Building is unveiled.   Molly Reichert, Associate Professor of Architecture in the School of Design, and her partners at Futures North, a public art collaborative, were chosen to create three of the 17 new public artworks for the downtown building […]

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Technical Education

The top five cool careers you’ve never heard of – but should consider

Some of the highest-paying, most in-demand jobs are in career fields that most future students have never heard of – let alone considered. Yet these career paths offer great pay and benefits with starting salaries over $60,000, provide opportunities for advancement, and have high job-satisfaction rates for those in the field. So before you go […]

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A future electrician

Scholarship recipient wanted a career with a bright outlook When Denise Nickens was choosing a future career in the midst of a global pandemic she had a few requirements. “After the pandemic I wanted a career that was reliable and stable,” she said. “And I also wanted to be able to make a good income.” […]

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Career focused

Architecture student is second in family to attend Dunwoody When Kattye Gonzalez started at Dunwoody this fall, she became the second one in her family to attend the College – and the first is still in school. Gonzalez learned about Dunwoody from her brother, Brian, who will graduate this spring with a Bachelor of Science […]

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Celebrating women in technical fields

Annual Kate Dunwoody Luncheon raises scholarship dollars This month, Dunwoody College of Technology is celebrating extraordinary women who are inspiring others to pursue their own paths to success. The College is holding its annual Kate Dunwoody Society Luncheon at noon on Wednesday, November 17. Celebrating and supporting women pursuing careers in technical fields and the […]