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 […]
With temperatures that average below freezing, hours of sunlight that are few and far between, and ice skates a necessary mode of transportation, it is sometimes difficult to remember why we live in Minnesota. Especially in the dead of winter. But when the first snowflakes started to settle around the Dunwoody campus late this fall, […]
Twin Cities TV station KSTP features Dunwoody Electrical Program’s outreach to Centennial Elementary School students.
Check out Software Engineering in Action. By using simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM), Software Engineering student Donald Posterick has created a mapping navigation system for the robot he had a hand in designing and building. The robot can be placed anywhere within the map’s boundaries and know its location in seconds with over 98 percent confidence.
Senior Mechanical Engineering student Benjamin Larsen has many different skills and interests. That’s due, in part, to his childhood in Florida where he was always tinkering with things in his family’s garage or in the woods near his house. But it also reflects growing up in a family with parents and siblings who also have […]
Pursuing Passions from Dunwoody College on Vimeo. Keep an eye out for our very own Logan Brandes during the Minnesota Vikings games. He’s a member of the Minnesota Vikings Skol Line and can be seen playing outside U.S. Bank Stadium pre-game as well as during the game. While drumming is a passion of his, so […]
Bachelor of Architecture student designs James Bond inspired home Who hasn’t dreamed of the secret agent life filled with gadgets, a jet-setting lifestyle and an Aston Martin in the garage. Part of that fantasy could be realized thanks to the vision and design skills of Dunwoody Architecture student Austin Rastall and his instructor Kerrik Wessel. […]
Members of the Advanced Structural Design class created a mini-golf hole to take to AIGA Minnesota Design Camp 2019 held last weekend in Brainerd. Pete Rivard, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design & Production, said the opportunity and invitation to participate in the event fit the overarching theme of corrugated display design in the Advanced Structural Design class. […]