“I couldn’t sit in front of a book. When you have a teacher doing the same thing physically and you’re in front of a computer, it’s amazing because you’re seeing exactly what you need to do.
“Many engineers struggle with a lack of hands-on experience, and the most successful ones were technicians and tradespeople before they were engineers,” he said. But Hohn has always loved making things. “Invention is my greatest passion.”
Dunwoody College of Technology would like to congratulate the Class of 2020! Watch the videos below for messages from President Rich Wagner, Board of Trustees Chair Mike LeJeune, our students, and our faculty and staff.
Bachelor of Science degree prepares students for a successful career as a Controls Engineer, Automation Engineer or Mechatronics Engineer Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and the pioneer in technical education, today announced the addition of an Automation & Controls Engineering Technology (AENT) bachelor’s completion program, set to begin Fall 2020. Automated control […]
Architectural Drafting & Estimating alum is the owner of Minnesota AP Home Design in Duluth Anna Parrott doesn’t have to look far around her hometown of Duluth to see the impact of her career in construction. A 2004 Architectural Drafting & Estimating alumna, Parrott has spent her career doing what she loves – designing homes. […]
Opening Ceremony at Dunwoody will feature Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan Dunwoody College of Technology is once again proud to be a part of Women in Construction Week, presented by the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Minnesota. Held March 1-7, 2020, the week-long celebration provides an opportunity to share appreciation, celebrate diversity, and facilitate […]
One of Dunwoody’s first Industrial Engineering Technology alums, spent a career working on the rails Terri Oestmann has always been a bit of a pioneer. And it’s that pioneering spirit that led her to Dunwoody and the railroads. Now, through a legacy gift, others will get that same opportunity. Back in the 1980s, Oestmann was […]
Dunwoody College of Technology invites nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs. This cabinet-level, leadership position reports to the President and works collaboratively to shape the future direction of academic programs, instructional strategies, and student experience at the College. Founded in 1914 and located in Minneapolis, Dunwoody College […]