Because it is a manufacturer-specific program, Dunwoody’s TTEN (Toyota’s Technician Training & Education Network) degree tends to attract passionate, focused students. Daniel Ortez is no exception–so much so that he was selected to be the Academic Excellence Award recipient for the Automotive Department. Ortez’s path to Dunwoody was straightforward. He’s always had a knack for […]
Growing up in central Washington State, Rebecca (Becs) Wells had two main interests: the visual arts, especially painting and drawing, and helping her dad work in his shop. Little did she know that those two interests would eventually combine, leading her to move to the Twin Cities, enroll at Dunwoody, and end up becoming the […]
Since 2013, Dunwoody College’s Diversity Council has presented a Student Global Citizen Award to a student or students whose accomplishments exemplify an enthusiastic awareness of issues related to working and living successfully in our diverse society. The 2018 award recipients are Alexis Koren and Viviane Vaaj. Alexis Koren Automated Systems & Robotics Inver Grove Heights, MN Alexis […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OCTOBER 5, MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Dunwoody College of Technology is now accepting applications for its new Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering, which will begin classes August 2017. The degree will prepare students to enter the field of engineering as software engineers. Software engineers design, develop, test and improve software applications for […]
More than 50 alumni, students, faculty and friends attended the first ever C. Charles Jackson Leadership Lecture Series on Thursday, Feb. 5 at Dunwoody College of Technology. The event featured Dr. Bruce Jackson, a talented speaker and expert in Leadership and Human Performance. Dr. Jackson kicked off the lecture series by providing a framework for […]
The American Technical Education Association (ATEA) has officially relocated its national office to Dunwoody College of Technology. Dr. Sandra Krebsbach has been hired as the new executive director of ATEA.
Darlene Miller, president and CEO of Permac Industries Inc., was recently included in a Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal round up of local executives thoughts on the coming year in business. Miller serves on President Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness and has been instrumental in the development of the Right Skills Now program. In the […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: William Morris, Manager of Marketing & Communications (612) 381-3367; firstname.lastname@example.org Dunwoody College hosts conference for technical educators Minneapolis — March 28, 2011 — Dunwoody College of Technology is the host institution this year for the annual conference of the American Technical Education Association (ATEA), which takes place March 30 – April […]