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Wentworth faculty, experts in their field, and diverse in their backgrounds share a love for teaching and mentoring. Student success is of paramount importance at Wentworth.

Learning happens everywhere at Wentworth from the classrooms, labs, studios, maker spaces, the field and online. Tapping into students’ individual passions and interests, Wentworth's professors are seen energetically gesturing at the front of a classroom room, sitting next to a team of students solving problems, or cheering on students as they present their work.  

Our professors use active-learning strategies for teaching challenging theory in the context of real-world projects. They connect the classroom with industry partners for real-world projects that inspire students to stretch their potential. 

Cindy Stevens works with students in classroom.

Recognizing Excellence

An endowed professorship is one of the highest honors bestowed upon faculty. Professors are selected based on their exceptional accomplishments in teaching, scholarship, and service to the Wentworth community and beyond.

Students meeting with professionals in Accelerate Incubation space

Spotlight on Women Faculty

Wentworth is proud to celebrate and recognize the contributions of our women faculty in honor of Women’s History Month. We’re shining the spotlight on a few of these remarkable women.

portraits of women

Fulbright Faculty in the Spotlight

The Fulbright Program is a highly selective program that is recognized the world over for excellence and impact. Wentworth is a globally engaged university. Photo of Professor Ellis (School of Architecture and Design) in Benin.

Professor John Ellis working in Benin.

Spotlight on Black Faculty

We celebrate the individual and collective accomplishments of our diverse faculty. Learn about their experiences, what inspires them, their contributions within their fields and the remarkable work they have done and continue to do to uplift and amplify the Wentworth community.

Collage of seven of Wentworth Black faculty.
Provost Ian Lapp.
Our faculty across our five schools treat the classroom, studio, and lab as an incubator for new ways of thinking and as an accelerator for student potential.
Provost Ian Lapp
Provost & Senior Vice President