Dunwoody College of Technology has been approved to offer a bachelor’s completion degree in Construction Leadership & Management.
The American Technical Education Association (ATEA) has officially relocated its national office to Dunwoody College of Technology. Dr. Sandra Krebsbach has been hired as the new executive director of ATEA.
MINNEAPOLIS, October 28, 2011 — Dunwoody College of Technology’s has received more than half a million dollars in equipment donations for the Harper Center of Graphics Technologies for the 2011-2012 academic year. The donations came as the result of the department’s connections with industry and will enhance the learning of the students in its three […]
Contact: William Morris, Manager of Marketing & Communications (612) 381-3367; firstname.lastname@example.org Dunwoody College of Technology changes to semester schedule Minneapolis, May 4, 2011 — Dunwoody College of Technology will move from a quarter to a semester academic schedule starting August 2012. Moving to semesters will help the College to more effectively serve students in terms […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: William Morris, Manager of Marketing & Communications (612) 381-3367; email@example.com Dunwoody College hosts conference for technical educators Minneapolis — March 28, 2011 — Dunwoody College of Technology is the host institution this year for the annual conference of the American Technical Education Association (ATEA), which takes place March 30 – April […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: William Morris firstname.lastname@example.org, 612.381.3367 Dunwoody students brought back some hardware from last weekend’s National SkillsUSA competition held June 21-25 in Kansas City, MO. Mike Moreen (Electrical Construction and Maintenance) won the Gold Medal in the Related Technical Math category. And Dunwoody’s Quiz Bowl followed up on its dominating Minnesota competition by edging […]
Great visuals: Robots created by middle school, high school and college students battling each other; Free to the public. Sponsored by Dunwoody College of Technology. WHAT: Teams pit 15lb robots against each other in head-to-head matches in an arena. The match lasts 3 minutes or until one robot is knocked out or taps out. The […]
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. […]