Wentworth News Archive
Construction Management Program Earns Elite Achievements
Construction Management is one of Wentworth’s most popular programs. The blend of coursework and hands-on learning has a proven track record of success: graduates report a 100% employment rate and strong starting salaries at some of the most recognized companies in the region.
And this summer the program added to its success with accolades at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Wentworth’s New Sciences and Humanities Dean has Built Strong Reputation Around the World
Thaddeus Guldbrandsen has built a formidable reputation over the last two decades as a collaborative academic leader with work that stretches across the globe. And—as of this week—he is Wentworth Institute of Technology’s new dean of the School of Sciences and Humanities.
Wentworth Professor: ‘Fixing the T Not Enough, We Need Massive Expansion’
The Boston Globe spoke with Wentworth Institute of Technology Professor Jim Lambrechts about the MBTA, a transit system that he believes cannot simply be remedied, but rather should be widely expanded.
Video: Students Partner with Teradyne for Capstone Design Projects
Students in Wentworth's School of Engineering worked with Teradyne, an automatic test equipment designer and manufacturer, to help address an issue the company was having with downtime on a test procedure.
Students and faculty worked with Teradyne for eight months to identify the problem, create a proposal within the first month, and then go through the design process as part of their Capstone Design Projects.
LGBTQ+ Pride Resources
In honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, the Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons has created a collection of resources to celebrate LGBTQ+ identifying voices, creators, and experiences.
This collection includes books, eBooks, films, podcasts, organizations for collaboration and participation, and resources for activism. It also includes a brief history of the Stonewall riots that inspired today's Pride celebrations, and links to learn more about LGBTQ+ history.
Professor Lange Taking Part in History Channel Special on U.S. Presidents
Associate Professor Allison Lange will be featured on the History Channel this Monday as part of their new series, “The American Presidency with Bill Clinton.”
A Field Guide Written for Students by Students
Tessa Zuluaga and her classmates found significant use in the existing maps and various literature they utilized to learn about Wentworth Institute of Technology as prospective students. But they also wondered—what would a document look like if it combined everything into one place and was written by students?
Wentworth Selects Partner for Transformative Project on Sweeney Field
Wentworth Institute of Technology today announced it has selected Huntington Development Group (HDG) to develop a mixed-use life sciences project at 500 Huntington Avenue. Huntington Development Group is a joint venture of The Fallon Company, Owens Companies, and Waldwin Development Company.
President Thompson, Mayor Wu Discuss Wentworth Commitment to Early College Access
President Mark Thompson, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, and other City of Boston and local university officials took part in a press conference Tuesday to talk about Wentworth’s commitment to Early College programs and urge other leaders to partner in helping Boston’s youth.
Erica Castro of Softball Team Named CCC Coach of the Year
Seven members of the Wentworth Institute of Technology softball team earned Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) yearly awards. The team earned the most honorees in program history this season with the seven awards and reached the postseason for the first time since 2005.
Graduates Noted for Talent, Determination During Spring Commencement Ceremony
Yanel de Angel has seen the talent of Wentworth Institute of Technology students firsthand. As a principal for architecture and design firm Perkins&Will, she has been working with the university on its master plan and had much to say about the qualities that make a Wentworth student unique.