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International, local Architects donate napkin sketches to scholarship auction

Dunwoody Architecture students and American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) chapter members have spent the last few months asking established architects for sketches of buildings—on paper napkins. The group of students voluntarily sent out more than 170 letters—reaching 25 different countries and 6 continents—to well-known architectural firms asking for architects to participate in their June […]

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Dunwoody College offers unique summer camp opportunities

Looking for something to do this summer? Dunwoody College of Technology is delighted to offer the following camp opportunities for 2016: STEM Camp Sponsored by Boston Scientific: June 13-16, 2016 Dunwoody’s Robotics & Manufacturing department invites high school students entering their junior and senior years to explore various STEM programs and careers. Learn from technicians, engineers, […]

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Architecture students place 2nd, 3rd in 2016 Skills USA State Competition

Architecture students Eli Abnet and Charles Evans Bille placed 2nd and 3rd respectively at the 2016 SkillsUSA Minnesota Competition, which was held earlier this month at various locations throughout the Twin Cities including Dunwoody campus. SkillsUSA—a national organization made of students, educators and industry representatives working to provide America with skilled workers—regulates the competitions, which […]

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Two Interior Design students design show sets for Northwest Community Television

Late last year, Northwest Community Television (NWCT)—a non-profit organization that offers free production classes, equipment use, and channel time to those in the northwestern suburbs of the Twin Cities—realized they needed a change. “Our current TV sets were outdated, falling apart, and overdue for an overhaul,” Studio Manager Nikki Jackett said. And as the 2015 […]


Dunwoody Design & Graphics Technology students work in industry before graduation

At Dunwoody, Design & Graphics Technology students don’t just gain real-world experience in the state-of-the-art digital press and packaging design lab on campus. They also gain real-world experience in, well, the real world. This year nearly all second-year Design & Graphics Technology students are working in the field through internships while finishing their last semester […]

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Dunwoody Surveying students place 1st in 2016 NSPS Student Competition

Second-year students Wyatt Spencer, BJ Klenke, Doug Pouliot, Joe Irey, Brandon Davis, Jake Blue and team observer Patrick Kowal took first place in the two-year degree program category of the 2016 National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) Student Competition earlier this month. The annual event—which was held in conjunction with the 2016 Surveying & Mapping […]

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Auto industry has the need, Dunwoody has the grads

Industry speaks at March open house Dunwoody Automotive invited representatives from Luther Automotive Group, Walser Automotive Group, and Alliance of Automotive Service Providers-Minnesota (AASP) to speak at the College’s open house event this month, which was held Tuesday, March 15. Steve Reinarts, Automotive Dean, said the goal of the event was to help organizations find […]

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Dunwoody College celebrates Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, and Dunwoody is celebrating in some very exciting ways! Starting tomorrow, the College has several women-focused events on campus, including: The 76th Diversity Forum: Women’s History Month with guest speaker Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson. March 15, 12:30 p.m. in the McNamara Center Contact: A Kate’s Club Meeting for […]