Feeling disenchanted with his previous college experience, Jeremy Berg discovered the rewards of a Dunwoody hands-on technical education. A self-described tinkerer, Berg has always been interested in how things work. When Berg first visited campus, the first thing he noticed was how incredibly hands on the courses were. Berg graduated from the Automated Systems and […]
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.
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. […]
Dunwoody ASRO (packaging and robotics) students are competing at PACK EXPO this week in Las Vegas. And they’re in excellent company — they’re competing against students from: Cal Poly, Rutgers, Clemson, Purdue, and the University of Florida. PMMI.org – Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute >> News >> Press Releases www.pmmi.org The Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute (PMMI) […]