The American Subcontractors Association of Minnesota held its 11th Annual General Contractor of the Year, Scholarship and Membership Excellence Award Dinner at the Mendakota Country Club on Jan. 27, 2011. Brooks Schuettpelz, a Dunwoody Electrical Construction Design and Management student, was one of the lucky Scholarship Recipients at this year’s dinner.
Congratulations to Bryce Krohn, Brian Anderson and Krysztot Biernecki — winners of last week’s 3-on-3 basketball tournament and $25 each. A total of 11 teams participated. The second place team included Ben Wagner, Brandon Bomar and Austin Klasse.
Dunwoody College’s Autonomous Snow Plow Competition team the Snow Devils took third place at last weekend’s competition. The competition was sponsored by the Institute of Navigation and was part of the St. Paul Winter Carnival festivities. Teams from Ohio University and Miami of Ohio University took first and second. Dunwoody came in third, beating out […]
A group of Robotics and Manufacturing students will be competing at this weekend’s St. Paul Winter Carnival in the Institute of Navigation’s Autonomous Snow Plow Competition. The competing schools include: University of Minnesota, University of Michigan, Dunwoody College of Technology, Ohio University, Wright State University and Miami University (of Ohio). The competition will take place […]
Author of Still Standing to discuss his book, experiences Thursday Nov. 4 WHAT: A presentation by John Kriesel, a Veteran of the Iraq War (Staff Sergeant), and the author (as told to Jim Kosmo) of the book Still Standing, the story of his service, his courageous recovery from his injuries, and his determination to go […]
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Robotics lab for a demonstration of a Fanuc robot playing the piano.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: William Morris email@example.com, 612.381.3367 Dunwoody students brought back some hardware from last weekend’s National SkillsUSA competition held June 21-25 in Kansas City, MO. Mike Moreen (Electrical Construction and Maintenance) won the Gold Medal in the Related Technical Math category. And Dunwoody’s Quiz Bowl followed up on its dominating Minnesota competition by edging […]
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Robotics lab where Automated Systems and Robotics students Matthew Peterzen and Cory Evans demonstrate how Dunwoody’s Fanuc M410i robot can be used to stack boxes on a pallet. The routine you see was programmed by Peterzen, Daniel Gripne, and Bryan O’Neil.