Dunwoody student awards announced

Each year, Dunwoody College of Technology recognizes high-achieving students at the annual Student Award Dinner. This year’s group of outstanding students was recognized at the Minneapolis Club on Wednesday, April 13, and presented with an award by the College’s President Rich Wagner.

Student Leadership Award

Congratulations to this year’s Student Leadership Award recipient Collin Ripley.

Since 2004, the College’s Alumni Association has presented this award annually to a student who exemplifies leadership, scholastic excellence, community service and school spirit. Nominees are required to have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and must be nominated by a faculty member in their area of study.

Global Citizen Award

Congratulations to this year’s Global Citizen Award recipient Donavan Sullivan.

Since 2013, the Dunwoody Diversity Council has presented a Student Global Citizen Award to a student whose accomplishments exemplify an enthusiastic awareness of issues related to working and living successfully in our diverse society.

Academic Excellence Awards

Congratulations to the following recipients of the Academic Excellence Award:

Applied Management: Anthony Swanberg
Automotive: Michael Jindra
Computer Technology: Justin Wenz
Construction Sciences & Building Technology: Jacob Blue
Design & Graphics Technology: Pierce Stavish
Radiologic Technology: Laila Merten
Robotics & Manufacturing: Anthony Laylon and Micah Thorson

The Academic Excellence Award is given to one graduating student from each academic area at Dunwoody. Nominees are selected by faculty members and must have a 90% attendance or higher and a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Additional criteria include: a solid work ethic, extra-curricular participation, collegiate camaraderie, and pursuit of excellence and self-awareness.