Scholarship Spotlight: Louis Kraimer, Computer Networking Systems Getting a good job in networking is what drives Louis Kraimer to excel at Dunwoody. It’s why he chose to attend the school and seek a degree in Computer Networking Systems. “Dunwoody’s Computer Technology program had everything I was looking for,” Kraimer said, which included hands-on labs and […]
The best time to launch a new career is now, especially if, as some economists are forecasting, a recession is on the way next year. Investing in yourself by learning new, more marketable skills is the best way to prepare for uncertain times. And that’s even more true if your new career path fits with […]
A group of Dunwoody College’s School of Design students recently worked side-by-side with employees of HGA, an interdisciplinary architecture, design, and engineering firm in Minneapolis, during a day-long Community Action Design Workshop. The event partnered those from The Works Museum, Driftless Region Youth Flight (DRYF), InnerCity Tennis (ICT), Friends School of Minnesota (FSMN), Disciples Ministry […]
A strategic leader, Nancy Dahl is focused on partnerships, growth, and engagement Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and pioneer in technical education, today announces that Nancy M. Dahl, Chief Executive Officer of IQ Strategic Partners, has been appointed Chair of the Dunwoody Board of Trustees. Dahl, who was elected during the October […]
Annual event will be held Nov. 16 This November, Dunwoody College of Technology will once again bring people together to celebrate, inspire, and promote actions that advance women’s representation in technology and skilled trades careers. The annual Kate Dunwoody Society Luncheon will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, November 16, at the […]
MB Campus becomes sixth manufacturer-specific program Dunwoody College of Technology has added another manufacturer-specific training option for students enrolled in the Automotive Service Technology program. The Mercedes-Benz (MB) Campus is an online, add-on credential for students interested in working at a Mercedes-Benz facility. Sponsored by Sears Imports, the program is provided at no extra cost […]
Direct Admissions program aims to promote college access, boost degree attainment, and reduce equity gaps Dunwoody College of Technology is proud to join the more than 50 colleges and universities across Minnesota participating in the new Direct Admissions program from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education. Governor Tim Walz recently announced the new program, which […]
The Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET has accredited Dunwoody College’s Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering.