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Community Service Award: Kyle Huberty, Bachelor of Architecture

It’s easy to lose track of time when talking with Kyle Huberty. He is one of those individuals who is both interesting – and interested. He has the ability to view the world with a wider lens, tempered by a strong sense of community. He looks at things with compassion combined with the eye of […]

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Student Competitions

Dunwoody students sweep Architectural Drawing category at State SkillsUSA

Dunwoody College of Technology students had a great year at the SkillsUSA Minnesota Skills and Leadership Conference bringing home five medals in Architectural Drafting, Extemporaneous Speaking, Related Technical Math, Industrial Motor Control, and Electrical Construction Wiring. Nearly 350 business and industry leaders challenged student members from across Minnesota in a hands-on competition of their skills […]

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Architecture students use their skills in Puerto Rico over Spring Break

Twenty-two Dunwoody architecture students hopped on a plane bound for the southeastern coast of Puerto Rico during spring break. The students soaked up some sunshine and culture, but the main reason for the trip was to help residents of the country ravaged by Hurricane Maria in 2017. Initially, the scope of the trip was two-fold. […]

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Architecture students work with City of Minneapolis on Loring Park project

Last semester, Dunwoody Architecture students worked on design proposals to revitalize Loring Park for the City of Minneapolis. The semester-long project centered around creating a new enclosure for the iconic Berger fountain, as well as proposals for new bus stops and paths. The City approached Dunwoody as a partner on the project because of the College’s […]

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Architecture students create colorful passageway

Architecture students Samantha Christner, Jacob Larson and Laura Stene created an installation called string * ergy (string and synergy) which is colorful yarn woven through two u-shape staircases in the Dunwoody hallway. They chose the location because of the unique design and a marker of Dunwoody’s growth over the years. “The string installment is designed to […]

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Architecture students collaborate with environmentalist Will Steger

For the third year in a row, Dunwoody Architecture students have been working on a hands-on collaborative design project with renowned environmentalist Will Steger. The class was given the task of working on phased plans for future development at the Steger Wilderness Center (SWC). Will Steger is 50 years into what he says is a […]

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Faculty News

Mia debuts divining rod for art discovery designed by Architecture’s Molly Reichert

When Architecture faculty member Molly Reichert teamed up with engineer Ben Arcand to enter Minneapolis Institute of Art’s 3M Arts and Technology Award last year, they came up with a concept that was simple and elegant: a divining rod to guide visitors through the museum galleries in a unique, interesting way. But once they won […]

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Dunwoody makes debut in BWBR Prize competition, student Celina Nelson wins prize

Dunwoody Architecture students enter their semester final projects at 2017 BWBR competition. Six Dunwoody Architecture students participated in the 2017 BWBR Prize for the first time last month, each leaving the competition with real-world experience, improved final projects, and some extra cash. Celina Nelson took home one of the competition’s first-place prizes and a $1,500 […]