A group of Dunwoody College’s School of Design students recently worked side-by-side with employees of HGA, an interdisciplinary architecture, design, and engineering firm in Minneapolis, during a day-long Community Action Design Workshop. The event partnered those from The Works Museum, Driftless Region Youth Flight (DRYF), InnerCity Tennis (ICT), Friends School of Minnesota (FSMN), Disciples Ministry […]
Dunwoody offering scholarships to students enrolled through NECA EARN Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and pioneer in technical education, today announces a new scholarship opportunity offered through the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Education Advancement Resource Network (EARN). The College is one of nine institutions that NECA is partnering with to offer […]
Topic: The Importance of Ethics in Recruitment and Retention: Eliminating Bias and Promoting Equity This June, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Minnesota along with Dunwoody College of Technology’s School of Design will be hosting a virtual program around ethics and equity as part of its continuing education program. The session, “The Importance of Ethics […]
The Speed Mentoring event will kick-off a week dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the contributions of women in the construction field.
Gene Haas Foundation awards Dunwoody $30,000 More students will be able to pursue a great career in high-tech, precision manufacturing and engineering at Dunwoody College of Technology thanks to the Gene Hass Foundation. Foundation representative Hope Riska recently presented a $30,000 check to the College. The money will be used to support scholarships for students […]
Event included more than 140 companies Like everything else in 2020, Dunwoody’s annual Fall Career Fair looked a bit different. But despite the change from on-campus to online, the event still demonstrated that Dunwoody students remain in high-demand. More than 142 companies and 229 company representatives attended the virtual event on Wednesday, Sept. 30, which was […]
If you were to ask Steve Reinarts, Dean of Dunwoody’s Automotive programs, why he was especially happy last week, he would quickly tell you that the season of giving came early for his department. Delivering that gift was Meg Miller, Matt Carlson and Tim Stoesz, representatives from Luther Automotive Group, in the form of a 2012 GMC Sierra […]
The American Technical Education Association (ATEA) Region 5 conference wrapped up today with a keynote speech by Jason Feist, Managing Technologist in the Chief Technology Officer’s Office at Seagate, on “Artificial Intelligence: Relevant Analytics, Key Skill Sets, and Industry Trends.” Dunwoody College of Technology hosted the conference this year, which brings technical instructors together from […]