Academic journal article ATEA Journal

Dunwoody College of Technology Invitation to 51st National Conference

Academic journal article ATEA Journal

Dunwoody College of Technology Invitation to 51st National Conference

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Dunwoody College of Technology is pleased to again host the American Technical Education Association's annual conference, and especially pleased to be able to do so during its Centennial year. Located in downtown Minneapolis, Dunwoody has produced the technicians, designers, project managers and entrepreneurs who have built the Twin Cities skyline, economy and way of life.

Dunwoody College of Technology President Rich Wagner invites you to join him at the American Technical Education Association's 51st National Conference on Technical Education held this year in Saint Paul, Minnesota, March 26-28, 2014. The theme of the conference is "Technical Education: Driving Opportunities For Success".

This is an opportunity for us to celebrate our successes and share best practices. It's also a chance to discuss how we are meeting the ongoing challenges we all face as technical education practitioners and boosters in what is an increasingly difficult higher ed landscape. The Twin Cities area is the second largest economy in the Midwest and home to 18 Fortune 500 headquarters. It remains a powerhouse in manufacturing, especially in high precision machining for the medical device industry, and also supports robust construction, printing and packaging, technology, automotive, retail and other sectors that hire tech ed graduates. The Twin Cities area is also known for its vibrant cultural, educational, sports and entertainment offerings and the overall high quality of life its residents enjoy. …

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