Dunwoody offering scholarships to students enrolled through NECA EARN Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and pioneer in technical education, today announces a new scholarship opportunity offered through the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Education Advancement Resource Network (EARN). The College is one of nine institutions that NECA is partnering with to offer […]
Each year, Dunwoody College of Technology honors students who have demonstrated leadership in and out of the classroom. The College presented its 2022 Diversity and Inclusion Award along with the Community Service Award at the Annual Awards Dinner in April. In addition, the Alumni Association Board presented the 2022 Student Leadership Award. Dunwoody Diversity & […]
Congratulations to the following students who have been named to Dunwoody College of Technology’s spring 2022 semester dean’s list. The students listed received this honor by achieving a 3.5 (or higher) grade point average during the spring 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, […]
Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and pioneer in technical education, announces the addition of a new high-performance cloud lab that will give students the ability to learn in a cloud environment that matches what they will find in the real-world.
Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and pioneer in technical education, today announces the launch of an original podcast that will explore how working in partnership can create positive impact in our communities. Hosted by Dunwoody President Rich Wagner, “Technically Speaking with Dunwoody College” begins streaming June 2 on Apple Podcasts, or wherever […]
Topic: The Importance of Ethics in Recruitment and Retention: Eliminating Bias and Promoting Equity This June, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Minnesota along with Dunwoody College of Technology’s School of Design will be hosting a virtual program around ethics and equity as part of its continuing education program. The session, “The Importance of Ethics […]
For many, architecture is an art form. For artist David Jensen, architecture has become his new medium. Jensen, who will graduate this May with a Bachelor Architecture from Dunwoody College of Technology, discovered his love of architecture through his art. He was working on a series of collaborative projects with filmmaker and musician Isaac Gale, […]
Graphic Design & Production Yengkong Thao’s interest in graphic design was sparked by chance. After a meeting with his guidance counselor at Wausau East High School in Wisconsin, Thao found out he had a gap in his class schedule that needed to be filled. An artist at heart, Thao’s counselor encouraged him to consider taking […]