Congratulations to the following students who have been named to Dunwoody College of Technology’s fall semester dean’s list. The students listed received this honor by upholding a 3.5 grade point average or higher. Joshua Adams Murad Al-yasin Christopher Ames Branden Anderson Charles Anderson Dane Anderson Patrick Anderson Victoria Anderson Erik Andreska Matthew Asfeld Nicolas Ash Thomas […]
To say Robert “Bobby” Weckwerth, 50, of Ham Lake, is a leader is an understatement. In addition to receiving various honors during his 25 years in the military—retiring a Master Sergeant, being a volunteer fireman for more than 17 years and working as a commercial carpenter for the past 24 years, on July 25 Weckwerth […]
In February the Dunwoody College of Technology TTEN (Toyota Technical Education Network) program was recognized as No. 2 among 54 TTEN schools nationwide.
Such an accomplishment is worth celebrating, and Toyota made it easy by providing funds for 32 Dunwoody students, alumni and staff members to spend the afternoon of June 14 racing go-carts at Stockholm Motorsports Park in Cokato as well as lunching on catered food from Famous Dave’s.
The Snow Devils 2, Dunwoody’s Autonomous Snow Plow Team, will be competing in this weekend’s Institute of Navigation’s Autonomous Snow Plow Competition at the 2012 St. Paul Winter Carnival. Last year, Dunwoody’s team took third place out of six teams, and was their first year competing. The competition was The University of Minnesota, two teams […]
Remember the 1998 Minnesota State Fair? Ryan Stumpf does. He had his photo taken at the Dunwoody booth and received a personalized calendar. And, apparently, even back then he did see himself in a rewarding career — Ryan has enrolled in the Automotive Service Technology program and will be starting classes when Dunwoody begins its academic […]
Five Dunwoody College of Technology students participated in the 47th SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference and Championship held June 18-24, 2011, in Kansas City, Mo. According to the SkillsUSA 2011, the championship event is “a multi-million dollar event that occupies space equivalent to more than 16 football fields.” More than 5,600 students competed in […]
Congratulations to the Dunwoody College of Technology students who are on the Winter Quarter Dean’s List. Nearly 390 Dunwoody students achieved a 3.5 grade point average or higher to qualify for inclusion on the Dean’s List. Joseph Ackerman, HVAC Systems Servicing Roger Albrecht, Computer Networking Technician Bakri Ali, Applied Management Brian Anderson, Electrical Construction & […]
Congratulations to Dunwoody College of Technology’s newly elected Phi Theta Kappa officers, President Robert John Weckwerth and Vice President Tristan Zieman. Each will serve a one-year term. Weckwerth is in the construction project supervision program and Zieman is a part of the computer networking systems program. An induction ceremony will be held at 4:30 p.m., […]