Happy Monday! But we're already looking forward to Friday when Drafting & Design students will test how much force the bridges they are building will withstand.
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Dunwoody College of Technology provides students with a rigorous, quality technical education. Located on the western edge of downtown Minneapolis, Dunwoody offers two-year Associates degrees, four-year Bachelor’s degrees and a variety of certificates in fields like: Architecture, Interior Design, Electrical Mechanical and Software Engineering, Auto and Construction. Online Bachelor completion deg
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THE FIVE TRAITS OF SUCCESSFUL TECHNICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS - Dunwoody College News As students consider if, when, and where to attend college, one factor that may be overlooked is this: Your style of learning is often one of the biggest determiners of college success. This is especially true of students who are interested in careers in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, a...
We love to share our amazing with others and today we were honored to do just that with high school guidance counselors from around the Twin Cities. Thank you Academy of Holy Angels, Anoka High School, Anoka-Hennepin STEP, Benilde-St. Margaret's, Blaine High School School Centennial Senior High School - Cougars Champlin Park High School Chaska High School Community of Peace Academy, C**n Rapids High School Creative Arts Secondary School, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School - Twin Cities Thomas Edison High School, Achieve Twin Cities, Roseville Area Schools Farmington Area Public Schools Forest Lake Area High School, Gordon Parks High School, Hill-Murray School, Johnson High School Lincoln International High School Mahtomedi Public Schools, Maple Grove Senior High School - ISD 279 Orono Public Schools, Osseo Public Schools, Park Center Senior High, Providence Academy, Richfield High School, Robinsdale Academy, Rosemount High School, SAGE Academy Charter School, Saint Agnes School St. Paul, MN, Central High School, St. Paul, Shakopee High School, Simley High School, Spring Lake Park High School School, St Croix Preparatory Academy Upper, St. Paul Academy and Summit School, Stillwater Area High School Pathways, Totino-Grace High School, Washburn High School, and White Bear Lake Area High School for coming today.
It's a busy morning in the lab with students learning how to program FANUC robotic arms.
Thanks to all who stopped by the School of Design booth today at the Home + Remodeling Show at U.S. Bank Stadium. We'll be there tomorrow too!
Swing by the Home + Remodeling Show this weekend at U.S. Bank Stadium to see our School of Design students and their stunning lighting structures. They will be featured in the Tomorrow's Designer Showcase. Use the code DUNWOODY to receive 50 percent off of admission.
School of Design Graphic Arts & Production student Xinh Beardmore puts the final touches of a collage on a large letter "S" in preparation for the Minneapolis Home + Remodeling Show. Student built lighting structures will be featured at this event in the Tomorrow's Designer Showcase this Friday - Sunday, held at U.S. Bank Stadium. Discount Tickets are available here: https://minneapolishomeandremodelingshow.mpetickets.com/?disc=DUNWOODY
Shout out to Architectural Drafting & Design alumnus John Njoes,'05, whose design talents were on display over the weekend at the Saint Paul Winter Carnival. Njoes won first place in the Multi-Block Ice Carving category along with teammates, John Cooper and John Matis, for their entry, Snail. He also secured a third place win in the Single-Block Professional Ice Carving category with his entry, Hang Glider.
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From a CAD design to this in just over one semester! Please show our Baja team some love as they head to Michigan today to experience Winter Baja. They plan to participate in BAJA SAE California in April. Members include students from , , , and .
We are grateful to ProtoLabs for donating an exciting piece of technology, called a Cybergage 360, to be used in our Metrology lab. This large-scale machine allows for high-speed, automated scanning and inspection of objects by creating a 360-degree 3D scan. Items are placed on a clear glass plate and scanned from above and below without the need to move any parts once scanning starts.
"Our machining students will get the experience of not only producing parts in lab, but also getting more hands-on experience doing inspection to see how well they made their class projects," said Alex Wong, Director of Engineering Drafting & Design and Machine Tool Technology. "Other departments will be able to easily reverse-engineer parts with more complex geometry than before, which can be used in design, manufacturing, and engineering."
We work hard to build solid relationships with our industry partners and they hire our graduates!
Welcome back! With the start of spring semester, we wanted to share our newest video featuring our students.
Here is a look at the winning teams from Saturday's 14th Annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition.
Another Autonomous Snowplow Competition on the books!
What a fun — but cold — day spent with friends from Case Western Reserve University, North Dakota State University, Iowa State University, and Lake Area Technical College, cheering each of them on as their plows cleared the course.
Dunwoody's Ice Hawks team took home first place; Road Salt finished second and Snow Devil won fifth place.
NDSU finished third and Iowa State's team finished fourth.
Three. Two. One. Let's Plow!
Autonomous Snowplow Competition on campus today!
Robot snowplow competition a glimpse of the future College teams are competing this weekend in Minneapolis to see who can build the best robo-snowplow. But first, they had to make snow.
Lots of wagging tails and quacks during Bring Your Pet To Work Day.
Laurengail Lorenz exemplifies .
Opportunities that Open Doors - Dunwoody College News Automated Systems & Robotics student Laurengail Lorenz is finding success at Dunwoody through internships and opportunities.
Our School of Design students really are . You can see their work including chairs, designed and built in collaboration with students in the Engineering Drafting & Design program as well as major pieces of the booth itself at both the Home + Remodeling Show held Feb 2-4 at US Bank Stadium, and at the Minneapolis Convention Center during the Home + Garden Show, Feb 21-25. Mark your calendars!
Campus will be closed today in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Please join us in congratulating the achievement of these students named to the fall Dean's list. They are .
Dunwoody College Announces Fall 2023 Dean’s List - Dunwoody College News Students named to Fall 2023 Dean's List Dunwoody College of Technology located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Classes may not be in session at the moment, but there's still a lot of activity in the Center for Excellence. Members of the team are working on the entry they will compete with at the Winter Baja in Michigan on January 27.
Did someone say it's supposed to snow? That's welcome news for the robotic snowplow teams who have been working on their plows in preparation for next weekend's 14th Annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition held on campus.
Please join us in congratulating Scott Stallman, Ph.D., who has been named to succeed Rich Wagner, Ph.D., as the next President of Dunwoody. Stallman, who is currently the College’s Provost, will begin his role as President in July 2024.
Scott Stallman, Ph.D., to Become Next President of Dunwoody College - Dunwoody College News Dunwoody College has named Scott Stallman, Ph.D., as the next President of Dunwoody. Stallman will begin his new role in July 2024.
Are you curious about technical education? Stop by during Open House tomorrow between 3 - 5 p.m. to learn more.
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What is that one gadget you use all the time that drives you bonkers because you think, 'This could be better if...' High School students, clubs, and classes interested in #Engineering, we're going to give you that chance! Today we are kicking off the Creating The Future Video Contest! To enter, fill out this form: https://forms.office.com/r/YPVA8iqLvq and submit a 60-second or less video response to Instagram answering the following: If given a chance, what gadget would you re-engineer? How would you approach it and why? Make sure to tag us @dunwoodycollege. Our School of Engineering faculty will pick the top three, and winners will be announced in February during #EngineersWeek. First place will be awarded $500. Second place will be awarded $250, and third place will receive $100. Get that #BornToDo spirit going and #createthefuture! Contest runs from Sept. 1, 2023 - January 5, 2024. Form link also available on our bio.
"Three. Two. One. Plow!" There are 17 days until those four words are heard over the speaker once more. "There is no snow," you say? We've got that covered. If you are a fan of competitions, stop by this free event on campus Jan 20, to see eight teams from five colleges and universities from across the Midwest pit their snowplows against each other using the latest in autonomous technology.
Autonomous Snowplows Will Compete this January - Dunwoody College News Dunwoody will host teams from across the Midwest for the 14th Annual Autonomous Snowplow Competition, Jan. 19-20, 2024.
New Year. New You. There is still time to register for Spring semester. These classes start on Jan. 22: https://dunwoody.edu/spring-2024-semester-options/
Happy New Year from all of us at Dunwoody!
Does a in the , , , , or field sound exciting? From Automation & Controls Engineering Technology to Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology, we've got classes starting January 22. Visit https://dunwoody.edu/spring-2024-semester-options/ to view Spring start options for day, evening or online courses. , ,
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Located in the heart of Minneapolis, Dunwoody College is a private, not-for-profit technical college—the only one in the Upper Midwest. Our mission is to provide students with an active, challenging, and rewarding classroom experience that leads to immediate jobs and great paying careers.
At Dunwoody, students are empowered to build, design, create, fix, and make. Classes take place in state-of-the-industry labs and studios and are taught by expert, attentive faculty, who take personal interest in helping students gain confidence in their chosen fields.
At Dunwoody, students learn things that matter. Our curriculum is industry-informed and driven, ensuring students graduate with the skills and knowledge required to do their job—and do their job well—on day one.
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