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Dean's List

Dunwoody College of Technology releases 2021 Spring Semester Dean’s List

Congratulations to the following students who have been named to Dunwoody College of Technology’s spring 2021 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, […]

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Academic Excellence Award Student News

Academic Excellence Winner – Allen Canzonieri, Industrial Engineering Technology

When Pittsburg native Allen Canzonieri enrolled at Dunwoody, he already had more life and career experience than most professionals do after a decade in the field. A Veteran, he joined the Army at 17 and served in the cavalry for eight years, completing two tours in Iraq before being medically separated and moving back home. […]

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Community Outreach News Releases Staff News

New Executive Director of Community Partnerships will spearhead Pathways to Careers Program

The next-generation initiative is on a mission to help underserved students in Minneapolis reach college graduation Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and the pioneer in technical education, today announced its first-ever Executive Director of Community Partnerships, Bayza Weeks. The new director is set to begin today, and has plans to spearhead the […]

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Student Competitions Student News

Dunwoody electrical students take top honors

2021 SkillsUSA Minnesota State Championships held April 12-25 Three Dunwoody students took home medals at the 2021 State Leadership and Skills Conference, an annual event organized by SkillsUSA Minnesota. Stella Robinson, Electrical Construction & Maintenance, earned a Gold Medal in Extemporaneous Speaking. William Stone, Electrical Construction & Maintenance, received a Gold Medal in Related Technical […]

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Student News

A shorter path to a brighter future

A graduate of Wayzata High School, Kemal Hadley was drawn to the Electrical Construction field because it combined the challenge of problem solving – with the stability of a skill that will always be in demand. Hadley enrolled at Dunwoody in the Electrical Construction & Maintenance program right after high school. A cousin had attended […]

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Commencement News Releases

Dunwoody will hold outdoor Commencement Ceremony in May

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 […]

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Student News

A hardwired interest

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 […]

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Student News

An international perspective

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 […]