Dunwooody’s Supermileage team is making progress, but still has a ways to go A team of School of Engineering students is hard at work this semester getting ready to compete in the SAE Supermileage competition, which takes place June 4-5 in Marshall, Michigan. The competition tests undergraduate and graduate students’ engineering design abilities and requires […]
From designing spaces to robots, Dunwoody offers hands-on summer experiences for students This summer, students can explore the hands-on world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) through several exciting day camp experiences. Complete fun, hand-on projects with college faculty at the Dunwoody College campus in Minneapolis. Summer camp experiences are designed for students […]
Congratulations to the 416 Dunwoody College students named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2019 semester!
Alex Hall and Demian Troy, Pre-Media Technologies students in the Design & Graphics Technology department, were approached by their instructor about making trophy boxes to house the snow globes given to the winning teams from the 10th Annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition held on the Dunwoody campus this weekend. “Pete [Rivard] told me he didn’t want a regular […]
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, […]
Warming house and ice sculpture also part of this great winter event on Sat., Jan. 18 Looking for a fun, family-friendly winter activity this Saturday? Stop by Dunwoody College to see 10 teams compete for the top spot in the 10th Annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition! Dunwoody is hosting the event for the first time this […]
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.