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 […]
A desire to draw more women into the field of engineering has led student leaders to start a chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) at Dunwoody. SWE, a professional organization that aims to empower women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, helps members prepare for a successful engineering […]
Electrical, Mechanical, and Software engineering students collaborate on paper-delivering robots It was an ambitious project for any class. Teams of three or four students would be required to design, build, and test a self-powered robot capable of autonomously delivering a ream of paper to two multifunction printers on the Blue Level of Dunwoody’s main building. […]
AUGUST 16, MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Dunwoody College of Technology is expanding its School of Engineering by adding a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. The new degree offering adds to the pipeline of graduates Dunwoody looks to provide the state of Minnesota to help address the skills gap. The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic […]
Dunwoody teams also received the Dr. Nattu Natarajan Best Sportsmanship Award Dunwoody College of Technology recently competed in the Institute of Navigation (ION)’s Autonomous Snowplow Competition held during the St. Paul Winter Carnival in Rice Park January 26-29. The College entered two robotic snowplows–the Snow Devil and the Wendigo. The Snow Devils earned fifth place […]
The first cohort of Mechanical Engineering students began in August 2016, pioneering one of the College’s latest bachelor’s degree offerings. When Dunwoody College of Technology announced the launch of its Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering last year, it did not want to ignore its hands-on, project-based, and industry-driven educational heritage. Instead, Mechanical Engineering students […]