The Speed Mentoring event will kick-off a week dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the contributions of women in the construction field.
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 […]
On two recent weekend mornings, Industrial Engineering Technology students in the Ethics & Social Responsibility class loaned their skills to Hearts & Hammers -Twin Cities, an organization that provides home improvement assistance to senior citizens, veterans, and the disabled. The experience shows the students the importance of “corporate social responsibility by volunteering in the community,” […]
Dunwoody presented its Unique Engineering & Design Award at the FIRST Robotics State Championship held May 18 at Williams Arena. The winners all came up with interesting approaches to this year’s contest game “Destination: Deep Space,” which required teams to use both autonomous and human controls to guide their robot through a course that involved collecting […]
Dunwoody celebrates new space, thriving initiatives, and five years of enrollment growth On September 28, 2018, Dunwoody celebrated a milestone: the grand opening of the College’s new Learning Commons and Welcome Center. Current students, employees, members of the community, alumni, and Dunwoody supporters all attended the unveiling, where they were able to tour the renovation […]
Free robotics seminars thrive for ninth year in a row Sharing knowledge and best practices has always been a focal point for Dunwoody. But few departments do it quite like Robotics & Manufacturing. For the ninth year in a row, Dunwoody’s Robotics & Manufacturing department will offer free seminars for high school students interested in […]
Dunwoody partners with Make-A-Wish Minnesota A group of six Computer Technology students volunteered on a Saturday last month to grant a wish for a teenager with a critical illness by building him a high-end gaming desktop. The effort was coordinated by Make-A-Wish Minnesota. In order to maximize the computing power, Dunwoody students and faculty sourced […]
Searching for something to do this summer? Interested in exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) careers and Dunwoody programs? Look no further. Dunwoody is excited to offer five different summer camp opportunities in 2018: Youth Career Awareness Program (YCAP) College Prep Summer Camp: June 11-July 21, 2018 For students completing their junior or […]