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New Executive Director of Community Partnerships will spearhead Pathways to Careers Program

The next-generation initiative is on a mission to help underserved students in Minneapolis reach college graduation Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and the pioneer in technical education, today announced its first-ever Executive Director of Community Partnerships, Bayza Weeks. The new director is set to begin today, and has plans to spearhead the […]

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A hardwired interest

Alex Alvarado, Electrical Construction & Maintenance When Alex Alvarado was a sophomore in high school he asked his father for advice on choosing a college. A veteran of the construction industry himself, Alvarado’s father didn’t hesitate to encourage him to pursue a career in the trades. “I liked that idea,” Alvarado said. And after taking […]

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An international perspective

First year Architectural Drafting & Design student is WITC scholarship recipient Deino Wonosikou has always had a deep appreciation for the impact and role architecture plays in the broader community. It is an appreciation she gained while growing up and attending schools in several different countries, including Cameroun, Nigeria, and Portugal. And it’s an appreciation […]

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Dunwoody announces return to normal operations for Fall 2021 Semester

Dunwoody College of Technology is anticipating the return to in-person learning this fall. The Fall 2021 Semester is slated to begin on Monday, August 30, at the College’s Minneapolis campus. Recent guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Governor’s Office have indicated that resuming normal operations will be possible by the fall semester […]

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Dunwoody College names next Provost

Scott Stallman, an experienced academic leader, will start this January Dunwoody College of Technology is excited to announce that Scott Stallman, Ph.D., has been named the College’s new Provost. Stallman will be starting his new position in early January, after relocating from Texas. A strategic leader and visionary, Stallman brings with him 13 years of […]

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Celebrating those who are Born to Do.

Eric Frisbie, ’20 Mechanical Engineering Eric Frisbie has spent the last 12 years in College. But it wasn’t until he discovered Dunwoody four years ago that he really felt like he was on the right path – and in a direction that was leading toward a degree in engineering. Born in Indianapolis, Frisbie and his […]

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DUNWOODY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY EXPERIENCES STRONG START TO FALL SEMESTER

With more than 1,200 students returning, College employs safety measures to continue “Born to Do” legacy Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and the pioneer in technical education, gave an update on the Fall Semester. Months of preparation and planning allowed the College to start on time, with 1,281 students returning for their […]

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Dunwoody College once again makes U.S. News Best Colleges list

On Monday, Sept. 14, U.S. News & World Report released its annual “Best Colleges” education rankings of the nation’s colleges and universities. Dunwoody College of Technology was the recipient of two top honors on the 2021 list. Best in Midwest – 25th Dunwoody once again made the list for best Regional Colleges – Midwest. This […]