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Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Search Announcement

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 […]

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Recognizing faculty and staff achievements for academic year 2018-19

At the end 2018-2019 academic year, Dunwoody recognized the accomplishments of its faculty and staff with a year-end celebration. The following awards and achievements were announced at the celebration: Dunwoody Leadership Development Program graduates Laura Germundson, Shari Hemmingsen, Derek Hillestad, Jonathon Moore, Drew Rodiles, Ross Skattum, Cory Weisskirk, and Pete Zeller Staff and faculty members […]

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William H. Dunwoody portrait on the move

A portrait of Dunwoody founder William H. Dunwoody is on loan to the Minnesota Historical Society through September in an exhibit at the James J. Hill house in Saint Paul. Works by the famed Minnesota landscape and portrait artist Nicholas Brewer will be on display. Of that collection, it is said that his portrait of […]

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Dunwoody announces 2018 Crosby Fellowship Awards to support faculty development

Grants help advance technical education and promote faculty collaboration and growth Dunwoody College’s Office of the Provost recently announced its 2018 Crosby Fellowships for Learning Excellence and Innovation. The fellowships provide grant funding to Dunwoody faculty and allow them to research, design, test, and implement projects that improve teaching and learning at the College. “Because […]

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Dunwoody launches Engineering in Action speaker series

New initiative brings Twin Cities engineers to campus Dunwoody’s new Engineering in Action speaker series kicks off this week with John Callahan, Vice President of Motorcycle Engineering at Polaris Industries. Open to all Dunwoody students, employees, and alumni and friends, the event will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 25, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Callahan […]

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Dunwoody announces 2018 employee recognition awards

As the 2017-2018 academic year comes to a close, Dunwoody is proud to present several service awards in recognition of the many faculty and staff members who have made a difference to the College, its students, and the broader community. The following awards and achievements were announced at the All Employee Celebration on May 21: […]

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Assistant Professor John Columbus talks workplace skills and software engineering education

Earlier this year, John Columbus, Assistant Professor of Software Engineering, contributed a column to EdTech Digest titled “Teaching the Untaught,” which focused on how software engineers need to learn both practical and soft workplace skills while still in college, so they are prepared to contribute right away when they enter the workforce. Here is a […]

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Dunwoody names two Distinguished Teachers for 2018

Tom Larson & Richard Thomson honored for their commitment to students Excellence in teaching and a commitment to lifelong learning are two of the reasons Machine Tool Technology Assistant Professor Tom Larson and Applied Management Adjunct Instructor Richard Thomson were awarded the 2018 Distinguished Teacher Award by Dunwoody College of Technology. Larson and Thomson were […]