Great visuals: Robots created by middle school, high school and college students battling each other; Free to the public. Sponsored by Dunwoody College of Technology. WHAT: Teams pit 15lb robots against each other in head-to-head matches in an arena. The match lasts 3 minutes or until one robot is knocked out or taps out. The […]
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Radiologic Technology Lab for a demonstration of taking x-rays.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Members of Dunwoody College’s SkillsUSA team went one-two in two competitions and took first place in the Quiz Bowl at the statewide SkillsUSA competition held April 9-11 at various locations across the Twin Cities. Dunwoody’s first place winners will go on to compete at the national tournament this June in Kansas City. […]
Last Wednesday (April 7), 47 volunteers from Dunwoody College traveled to Feed My Starving Children to pack meals. The volunteers packed 100 boxes — enough to feed 59 children for a year or over 21,000 meals. The afternoon of service was organized by Dunwoody’s Student Government Association. For more, view the Flickr photoset.
A total of 29 Dunwoody College students will be competing this weekend at the Minnesota regional tournament for SkillsUSA in a variety of contests. In addition, Dunwoody College will host the Internetworking Skills Contest at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 10, and the Telecommunications Cabling Contest (also at 8 a.m. Saturday). All contests and the awards […]
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Harper Center of Graphics Technology for a demonstration of the Mark Andy 2200H Flexographic Inline Narrow web press.
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits the Computer Networking Systems for a demonstration of data being written to a harddrive on a computer:
Cool Stuff at Dunwoody visits Steve Reinarts in Auto for a demonstration of how his Dunwoody Chrysler Automotive Program students can use a laptop connected by wireless to a scan tool in order to run diagnostics and test the automobile — in this case, a 2009 Dodge Challenger: