Dunwoody College of Technology will honor the Class of 2021 at an outdoor Commencement Ceremony at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 26, at CHS Field in St. Paul. Graduates from the Class of 2020 are also being invited to walk in the ceremony. Commencement is an important milestone for both students and the College. With […]
Alex Alvarado, Electrical Construction & Maintenance When Alex Alvarado was a sophomore in high school he asked his father for advice on choosing a college. A veteran of the construction industry himself, Alvarado’s father didn’t hesitate to encourage him to pursue a career in the trades. “I liked that idea,” Alvarado said. And after taking […]
First year Architectural Drafting & Design student is WITC scholarship recipient Deino Wonosikou has always had a deep appreciation for the impact and role architecture plays in the broader community. It is an appreciation she gained while growing up and attending schools in several different countries, including Cameroun, Nigeria, and Portugal. And it’s an appreciation […]
Dunwoody College of Technology is anticipating the return to in-person learning this fall. The Fall 2021 Semester is slated to begin on Monday, August 30, at the College’s Minneapolis campus. Recent guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Governor’s Office have indicated that resuming normal operations will be possible by the fall semester […]
Stella Robinson, Electrical Construction & Maintenance Stella Robinson has never backed down from a challenge. And she’s never followed a traditional path. That combination might be why she has found her calling in the Electrical Construction & Maintenance program at Dunwoody College of Technology. “Dunwoody is the exact reverse of what high school was like,” […]
Rex Vanyo is one of more than 100 students to receive the Shamrock Scholarship this year. The goal of the scholarship is to expand the workforce pipeline by providing academic support for students studying construction sciences and building technologies, engineering, and manufacturing.
Two programs will offer an active approach to online learning Beginning in Fall 2021, for the first time in Dunwoody College of Technology’s 107-year history, the school will offer two of its degree programs as online programs. “This past year provided the opportunity for us to develop and implement online-learning practices as we adjusted to […]
Interior Design students collaborate on a restaurant inspired by a recipe Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes when developing a new restaurant concept? Dunwoody’s third-year Interior Design students got first-hand knowledge through group project work. Tasked to design a sister restaurant and basing their idea off the signature dish of the […]