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- August 16, 2018—Greg Hines, CIS’18, has been dedicated to Computer Information Systems for many years, working as a co-op for MIT Lincoln Laboratory and working on a capstone project that sorts job listings to help students find full-time jobs.
- August 16, 2018—Brigit Bratland, BIND ’18, is a standout student in the Industrial Design program who is slated to sing the National Anthem at Sunday’s Commencement event.
- August 16, 2018—Bryan Schartel, BSEN ‘18, has always sought to welcome different student groups to campus and help them grow and find their place at Wentworth.
- August 16, 2018—Brian Yaceshyn, BSEE '18, used his training from the Institute to update some of the programs for New Student Orientation, Wentworth Opening Week, and First Year Seminar.
- August 15, 2018—Bachar Al Hady, BSME’18, has served several leadership positions on campus, from President of Wentworth Student Government to assistant director of Wentworth Internet Radio + Entertainment (WIRE).
- August 14, 2018—Whether he was on the basketball court, working in the classroom, or serving his community, Sam Knollmeyer, BSM ‘18, was an exemplary face of Wentworth.
- August 13, 2018—Michaela Pigue, BBME '18, is graduating from Wentworth having made a lasting impact on the campus. A born leader, she established clubs and traditions that will continue to thrive at Wentworth past her graduation.
- August 10, 2018—A message from President Zorica Pantić.
- August 7, 2018—Wentworth Institute of Technology—under President Zorica Pantić—has been named one of the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses for 2018 by The Commonwealth Institute (TCI) and The Boston Globe Magazine.
- August 6, 2018—Quinn Morrissette’s capstone project brings him back to his childhood of growing up in northern New Hampshire, where the White Mountain National Forest served as his playground.
- August 2, 2018—To meet the demand for attendance at the Aug. 19, 2018 commencement, Wentworth Institute of Technology has announced a new, larger venue for the ceremony and important, new details about ticket distribution for family members planning to attend.
- July 26, 2018—Pasnik, the author of the book Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston, notes the brutalist architecture style employed by the governmental building.
- July 25, 2018—The bottles, which can be dated from the late 1800s to the early 1900s, will be on display at the Guarracino Family Gallery near the entrance to Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons until September 12.
- July 17, 2018—Reporter Fred Thys visited the site twice to produce his broadcast segment and article for the WBUR website.
- July 11, 2018—A casual conversation between a professor and a librarian led to an EPIC class project that saw the restoration of a handmade clock from 1933.
- July 1, 2018—Maria Rodriguez Abi Saab, BBME ’18, applies clinical engineering studies to a co-op at Massachusetts General Hospital.