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- February 15, 2019—Student Shannon Sturtz helped build the very academic center she and classmates use regularly.
- February 12, 2019—With the recent completion of the Center for Engineering, Innovation and Sciences, the university will be able to hold this graduation ceremony in the quad on campus.
- February 4, 2019—Speaking to a gathering of 1,300 people at Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel, President Pantić accepted the award in the Achievement in Health Care, Arts & Education category. She joined Anita Hill as one of nine women in senior leadership roles who were recognized.
- January 30, 2019—Bill Cummings went from an enterprising young boy selling soda at a neighborhood construction site to a highly-successful entrepreneur and philanthropist. He recently shared his story on the Wentworth campus.
- January 23, 2019—A delegation from Southern University of Science and Technology in China visited the Wentworth Institute of Technology campus on Jan. 22 to meet with senior leadership and learn more about Wentworth’s success in the higher education sphere.
- January 15, 2019—Wentworth also ranks number one for nontraditional students interested in computer and information sciences degrees
- January 8, 2019—A group of Wentworth Institute of Technology students worked with local schoolkids and Boston Children’s Museum to bring the youngsters’ drawings of robots to life.
- January 4, 2019—How can you use storytelling and career advice as a resource for Wentworth students exploring their career paths and passions? That’s just the question three alumni are answering as they provide career-focused content for the STEAM community in Boston.
- December 20, 2018—In conjunction with the recently wrapped Fenway Frankenstein Festival, Wentworth students reimagined the classic story through various mediums.
- December 19, 2018—The opening of a new academic center, an historic season for women’s volleyball, student success on campus and beyond…it was another banner year for Wentworth. We look back at 2018 through images.
- December 10, 2018—Visitors included State Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Roslin Acosta and Interim Boston Public Schools Superintendent Laura Perille.
- December 7, 2018—A local woman who for years has been a catalyst for neighborhood enrichment programs has received the Boston City Council’s Hispanic Heritage Award for 2018.
- December 6, 2018—The Pinnacle Awards recognize transformative leadership that has enhanced the quality of life in the region. President Pantić was selected in the Health Care, Arts and Education awards category.
- November 19, 2018—How Wentworth is providing tools for Maarouf Barry’s startup to advocate for sustainability and social empowerment.
- November 15, 2018—Joined by university community members and local officials, President Zorica Pantić cut the ceremonial ribbon for the 75,000-square-foot facility that became the leading and lasting symbol of her nearly 14, transformative years at the Institute’s helm.
- November 12, 2018—Watson Hall played host to the 11th annual Veterans Day Luncheon on November 8 to honor, thank, and remember veterans from Wentworth and the Colleges of the Fenway (COF) communities.