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Dunwoody students place 2nd, 7th in the Nation at SkillsUSA Nationals

Congratulations to Electrical Construction & Maintenance student Matthew Longendyke and Architecture student Karla Schmitt on their victories at SkillsUSA Nationals! Longendyke placed 2nd in the Nation in the Related Technical Math competition, earning a silver medal. Schmitt competed in the Architectural Drafting contest, placing 7th in the Nation. The national competition was held June 25-29 […]

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Dunwoody students compete, place in 2018 Construct*ium Pentathlon event

Dunwoody Construction Management, Construction Project Management students bring home eight awards from annual competition. Congratulations to all of the Dunwoody students who participated in the 2018 Construct*ium Pentathlon event! Sponsored by Wells Concrete, the annual competition—which just celebrated its third year—brings together Construction Management students from 10 local schools. At the event, students refine and […]

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Machine Tool Technology students showcase their creative thinking in Rube Goldberg Machine project

Rube Gold·berg (adj.) ingeniously or unnecessarily complicated in design or construction. It took them weeks to build, included hundreds of parts and dozens of steps—and it was over in a matter of minutes. But the end result couldn’t have been more perfect. Five teams—each comprised of three Machine Tool Technology students—recently demonstrated their creative thinking […]

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Five Dunwoody students place in 2018 SkillsUSA State Competition

Two students advance to SkillsUSA Nationals. Dunwoody College students performed well at the 2018 SkillsUSA State Competition late last month, bringing home two 1st place medals, two 2nd place medals, and one 3rd place medal. Electrical Construction & Maintenance student Matthew Longendyke placed first in the Related Technical Math competition; Architecture students Karla Schmitt, Garrett VanRoekel, and Helena […]

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Finding the right mix

Dunwoody students designing a better concrete bowling ball It might only be eight inches in diameter and weigh less than 12 pounds, but there is nothing simple about designing and constructing a concrete bowling ball. But two Dunwoody students are taking on the challenge and putting their creativity and ingenuity to the test at an […]

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Robotics & Manufacturing students compete, help out teams at Autonomous Snowplow Competition

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, […]

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Dunwoody earns First Place in annual AICC Competition second year in a row

Dunwoody students earned First Place in AICC’s Annual Corrugated as Art competition along with a $500 cash prize, and an all-expense paid trip to the Association of Independent Corrugated Converters (AICC)’s Annual Meeting in Las Vegas. When Pre-Media Technologies student Kristin Warehime found out that the theme of this year’s AICC Corrugated as Art student […]

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Dunwoody makes debut in BWBR Prize competition, student Celina Nelson wins prize

Dunwoody Architecture students enter their semester final projects at 2017 BWBR competition. Six Dunwoody Architecture students participated in the 2017 BWBR Prize for the first time last month, each leaving the competition with real-world experience, improved final projects, and some extra cash. Celina Nelson took home one of the competition’s first-place prizes and a $1,500 […]