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- October 10, 2018—Wentworth Institute of Technology and the Colleges of the Fenway (COF) have teamed up to hold the Fenway Frankenstein Festival from Oct. 24-31, to celebrate the art and science of Mary Shelley’s masterpiece and mark the 200th anniversary of its publication.
- October 5, 2018—During his childhood in Haiti, Sony Benjamain, a construction management major, dreamt of coming to the United States and pursuing a four-year college degree at a reputable university. His path would eventually lead him to Wentworth.
- September 27, 2018—The “Making Time” exhibit stems from a project in an Introduction to Engineering Design class.
- September 27, 2018—Fox-25 sat down with Jeffrey Michael, associate professor in the Department of Industrial Design, to talk about how retro flip phones are making a comeback and why Michael believes smartphones change behavior.
- September 26, 2018—President Zorica Pantić’s “Round of Applause” tour officially began on September 21 when staff and faculty gathered on the Wentworth campus’ front lawn to show their appreciation for the president’s 12 years of leadership.
- September 18, 2018—A company that produces flying cars has caught the attention of some curious Wentworth students and afforded them a unique opportunity for career success.
- September 10, 2018—The 2019 Best Colleges rankings from U.S. News & World Report show Wentworth Institute of Technology rising significantly in three main categories: Regional Universities North; Undergraduate Engineering Programs (with no doctorate available); and Best Value Schools.
- August 29, 2018—Forbes is out with its college rankings for 2018, and Wentworth is listed as No. 24 among the top 25 colleges and universities in Massachusetts.
- August 29, 2018—Wentworth has long held a reputation for being a good neighbor in the City of Boston. This time, the university is assisting city staff to help revitalize a Roxbury property dating back to the 1870s.
- August 27, 2018—Among other topics, Lange discusses the 15th and 19th Amendments, the Seneca Falls Convention in 1948, and social rights activist Susan B. Anthony. The article was written in observance of Women’s Equality Day.
- August 19, 2018—Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh today challenged 647 graduates from Wentworth Institute of Technology to seek a larger purpose in life and effect change through voting.
- 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).