The American Subcontractors Association of Minnesota held its 11th Annual General Contractor of the Year, Scholarship and Membership Excellence Award Dinner at the Mendakota Country Club on Jan. 27, 2011. Brooks Schuettpelz, a Dunwoody Electrical Construction Design and Management student, was one of the lucky Scholarship Recipients at this year’s dinner.
Congratulations to Bryce Krohn, Brian Anderson and Krysztot Biernecki — winners of last week’s 3-on-3 basketball tournament and $25 each. A total of 11 teams participated. The second place team included Ben Wagner, Brandon Bomar and Austin Klasse.
State Farm Insurance Company is once again donating a repairable vehicle to Dunwoody College’s Collision Repair & Refinishing Program. The company has donated five vehicles over the past five years. This year’s vehicle is a 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier LS and will be worked on by our Collision students over the next eight months. The donated […]
Gail Rosenblum’s Star Tribune column today featured Kofi Law, who graduated from Dunwoody’s Automotive program. The column focused on his journey from citizen of Togo to Minnesota resident (and Dunwoody student) to American citizen and U.S. serviceman. It also featured comments from Student Services Advisor Molly Malone. Rosenblum writes: Law, 28, had dreamed of becoming […]
John P. Walsh, a former president of Dunwoody College, died Dec. 10, 2009. He was 94. On Sept. 30, 2008, the College named its manufacturing center in honor of Dr. Walsh and his wife. Here is the text of the plaque that hangs at the entrance to the center: President Emeritus John Walsh served as […]
A team of Design and Graphic Technology students brought home two first place trophies from this year’s Phoenix Challenge last week. The students won first place in the Excellence in Design and Excellence in Execution categories at the Challenge, which promotes education in flexographic printing, a process that accommodates printing on a wide range of […]
Dunwoody College of Technology’s robots Rugburn and Billet will compete for the top prize at the North America Robotics National Competition May 2-3, 2009, at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn. Dunwoody’s robots will engage in what organizers call a “destructive testing process” against 38 robots created by teams of middle school, high school […]
Minneapolis, March 31, 2009 — Ann Iverson, Senior Academic Director of Arts and Sciences and Computer Technology, has been promoted to Dean of Learning and Chief Academic Officer of Dunwoody College of Technology. As Chief Academic Officer, Iverson will manage some of Dunwoody’s academic programs and assume responsibility for promoting academic quality, assessment of student […]