“I love engineering. So you learn to sacrifice because I truly wanted to learn it.” From his military service to his time as President of Dunwoody’s Student Government Association, Daniel Hurd has always been someone who is willing to step forward. It’s a quality that served him well during his years leading up to Dunwoody […]
“I want to be the decision maker. This new skill set is about making myself more marketable.” After 16 years of working in the Information Technology field, David Bergen decided it was time to take the next step in his career. Bergen graduated from NEI’s IT program with an associate’s degree shortly before it merged […]
“It’s pretty simple. I just want to do something I love. And so far, I have surprised myself at what I can do.” Michele Stenzel looks at the world through a creative lens, often finding an outlet through crafting, painting, photography, or house projects. If she can put an artistic spin on it, she will. […]
“Dunwoody was the most attractive school to me because of the caliber of instructors, structure of learning, and diversity of curriculum.”
“I couldn’t sit in front of a book. When you have a teacher doing the same thing physically and you’re in front of a computer, it’s amazing because you’re seeing exactly what you need to do.
“Many engineers struggle with a lack of hands-on experience, and the most successful ones were technicians and tradespeople before they were engineers,” he said. But Hohn has always loved making things. “Invention is my greatest passion.”
Dunwoody College of Technology would like to congratulate the Class of 2020! Watch the videos below for messages from President Rich Wagner, Board of Trustees Chair Mike LeJeune, our students, and our faculty and staff.
Mechanical Engineering student part of first graduating class Tommy Dao has never concentrated on the things he didn’t have – instead he’s made the most of every opportunity that has come his way. In just a couple short months Dao will join the small group of students who will become the first graduating class from […]