Industrial Engineering Technology After earning an associate’s degree in Engineering Fundamentals from Inver Hills Community College and helping start a company that manufactures face masks in St. Paul, Joseph Zuzek was looking to increase his knowledge and skills of industrial processes. His cousin graduated from Dunwoody’s Automated Systems & Robotics program a few years ago […]
Information night will give future engineering students a chance to meet with engineers from a wide range of fields For many future engineering students, choosing the right degree path can be confusing, especially when deciding between majors that may seem similar like Computer and Software engineering. Helping students understand those differences and navigate the right […]
Faculty Spotlight: Noureen SajidSenior Instructor, Electrical Engineering Noureen Sajid learned quickly in her career that using her voice was going to lead to opportunity. She advises students, especially women, that “it’s OK to be wrong. It’s not OK to not be heard.” And, that’s exactly what she’s doing to advance diversity and inclusion in engineering. […]
The new degree program strengthens the College’s offerings to cover all aspects of IoT and IIoT Dunwoody College of Technology, a private, non-profit institution and pioneer in technical education, today announced the addition of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering degree program. Computers are integrated into everyday life from cars to mobile phones to […]
Tops spots on Glassdoor’s annual list are all about engineering and computer technology Dunwoody’s computer and engineering graduates are in high demand. So, it wasn’t any surprise when Glassdoor.com released its annual “50 Best Jobs in America” report for 2022 and technology careers rounded out the Top 12 spots. Ranked according to earning potential, overall […]
Anuj Mittal, Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering Technology, and his research collaborators bring home prestigious Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers award.
When Pittsburg native Allen Canzonieri enrolled at Dunwoody, he already had more life and career experience than most professionals do after a decade in the field. A Veteran, he joined the Army at 17 and served in the cavalry for eight years, completing two tours in Iraq before being medically separated and moving back home. […]
Dunwooody’s Supermileage team is making progress, but still has a ways to go A team of School of Engineering students is hard at work this semester getting ready to compete in the SAE Supermileage competition, which takes place June 4-5 in Marshall, Michigan. The competition tests undergraduate and graduate students’ engineering design abilities and requires […]