Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Radiologic Technology Lab for a demonstration of taking x-rays.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Members of Dunwoody College’s SkillsUSA team went one-two in two competitions and took first place in the Quiz Bowl at the statewide SkillsUSA competition held April 9-11 at various locations across the Twin Cities. Dunwoody’s first place winners will go on to compete at the national tournament this June in Kansas City. […]
Last Wednesday (April 7), 47 volunteers from Dunwoody College traveled to Feed My Starving Children to pack meals. The volunteers packed 100 boxes — enough to feed 59 children for a year or over 21,000 meals. The afternoon of service was organized by Dunwoody’s Student Government Association. For more, view the Flickr photoset.
A total of 29 Dunwoody College students will be competing this weekend at the Minnesota regional tournament for SkillsUSA in a variety of contests. In addition, Dunwoody College will host the Internetworking Skills Contest at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 10, and the Telecommunications Cabling Contest (also at 8 a.m. Saturday). All contests and the awards […]
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Harper Center of Graphics Technology for a demonstration of the Mark Andy 2200H Flexographic Inline Narrow web press.
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Computer Networking Systems for a demonstration of data being written to a harddrive on a computer:
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits Steve Reinarts in Auto for a demonstration of how his Dunwoody Chrysler Automotive Program students can use a laptop connected by wireless to a scan tool in order to run diagnostics and test the automobile — in this case, a 2009 Dodge Challenger:
On Thursday, Feb. 18, Dunwoody College hosted its Graphics and Printing Technology InternExpo. This event was a reverse job fair where the students are at booths with examples of their work and their resumes and professionals browse the lot to find their next company interns. The InternExpo began at 9 a.m. in The Hub. Click here […]