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Dunwoody College of Technology

818 Dunwoody Boulevard

Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1914, Dunwoody College of Technology has trained more than 250,000 men and women for technical careers. Named one of the top technical schools in the United States, Dunwoody is committed to excellence in education and works to serve those prepa ... more

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Employment History

Vice President of Academic Affairs

Hennepin Technical College


Board Member
Governor's Workforce Development Council

Board of Trustees Member
American Technical Education Association


B.S. degree

State University of New York


President Dunwoody College of Technology

bachelor of science

University of the State of New York

doctoral degree

Lehigh University


educational policy and administration

University of Minnesota

master's degree

business administration

Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College

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About the Board | Governor's Workforce Development Board [cached]

Rich Wagner

Dunwoody College of Technology

ATEA - Board of Trustees List [cached]

President: Rich Wagner, President Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis, Minnesota

"I look forward to continuing to help ATEA as the advocate for the importance of technical education to the U.S. economy. I will use my ATEA presidency to continue to make the case for the value of applied learning to improve lives, businesses and communities. The modern workforce requires that technicians, salespersons and managers all have practical, hands-on skills, critical thinking skills and the ability to communicate well with others. All of us associated with ATEA have the honor of continuing to educate the people of America, serve the needs of industry, share best practices and demonstrate the value of technical education and technical educators to the higher education ecosystem and American society as a whole."
ATEA President Rich Wagner
Dunwoody College of Technology President Rich Wagner is the ninth president of Dunwoody. He has served in that role since July 1, 2009. He served as vice president of the Board of Trustees of the American Technical Education Association before becoming president. He earned a doctorate in educational policy and administration from the University of Minnesota. He holds a master’s degree in business administration from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., and a bachelor of science from the University of the State of New York in Albany. Prior to entering higher education, President Wagner served 10 years in the U.S. Navy, including five years as an electrician/technical supervisor on a nuclear submarine.

President of the American Technical ... [cached]

President of the American Technical Education Board of Trustees, Rich Wagner, Ph.D., President of Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis MN

Too Old for Hard Labor, but Still on the Job - The New York Times [cached]

Rich Wagner, president of Dunwoody College of Technology in downtown Minneapolis, cites the example of electricians. The job calls for climbing up and down ladders, lugging equipment and installing wiring. As they wear down, older electricians often show up at Dunwoody and similar trade schools to earn a certificate that can qualify them to be, among other things, project estimators on electrical projects. "Former electricians are really good estimators," Mr. Wagner said.

Richard Wagner currently is ... [cached]

Richard Wagner currently is the vice president at Dunwoody College of Technology in Minneapolis. Click on this story to listen to comments he made this morning while addressing a community forum on the NIACC campus.

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