On Monday, Sept. 14, U.S. News & World Report released its annual “Best Colleges” education rankings of the nation’s colleges and universities. Dunwoody College of Technology was the recipient of two top honors on the 2021 list. Best in Midwest – 25th Dunwoody once again made the list for best Regional Colleges – Midwest. This […]
Twin Cities TV station KSTP features Dunwoody Electrical Program’s outreach to Centennial Elementary School students.
Dunwoody College of Technology President Rich Wagner received an honor that not many get – Most Admired CEO. Presented by the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal, the 2019 awards honored 10 leaders from Minnesota companies and organizations who are leading the way in their fields and in the State. This was the fourth year that […]
Dunwoody Construction Sciences & Building Technology Dean Bridget Reynolds joined VAA CEO Jeff Schrock and VAA Engineer and Dunwoody graduate Paul Murphy for a Doors Open Minneapolis podcast. Moderated by novelist Ann Bauer, the discussion focused on buildings in Minneapolis and workforce development in the construction industry. Listen to the podcast here! Dunwoody is one […]
Stephen Reinarts, the Dean of the Automotive Program here at Dunwoody, was a recent guest on the “Ratchet + Wrench Radio” podcast, where he discussed the current state of the automotive field. In this episode, Reinarts discussed his background in the world of automotive, while also weighing in on what needs to be done to […]
Dunwoody students receive sportsmanship award for fourth year in a row. While most don’t necessarily relish the idea of snowstorms and clearing driveways…there are some folks who do. And you’ll likely find them at the annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition. Dunwoody Robotics & Manufacturing students have competed in the Institute of Navigation (ION’s) Autonomous Snowplow Competition, […]
New class of Architecture students help bring previous design proposals to life In August of 2016, third-year Architecture students were challenged with one of the program’s largest and most innovative projects yet: to design a brand new dining hall for the Steger Wilderness Center. The venture inspired the program’s first studio course, Dining Wild, led […]
Dunwoody hires Brian Nelson to lead College’s strategic advancement efforts For more than 30 years, Brian Nelson has helped non-profit organizations grow and donors support organizational missions. And now, he brings his skills and passion for fundraising to Dunwoody. Serving as the Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Nelson will lead advancement efforts for the College, […]