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- February 8, 2018—Inkwells, beer and medicine bottles, milk jugs, and a porcelain New Hampshire license plate from 1917 are among items recently unearthed on Wentworth’s campus during construction of a new academic building for engineering, innovation, and sciences.
- February 6, 2018—President Zorica Pantić and other campus leaders Monday signed one of the final beams for Wentworth’s $55 million building for innovation, engineering and sciences—the university’s first new academic building in more than 45 years.
- February 5, 2018—Wentworth faculty will have the chance to expand upon their dynamic ideas thanks to several impactful grants.
- January 30, 2018—In an age of innovation and rapidly changing technology, a team of students and faculty members at Wentworth Institute of Technology has been working to update the Perkins Brailler—a popular typewriter for the blind that has changed little since its manufacturing debut 67 years ago.
- January 30, 2018—Wentworth Institute of Technology has hired Linda Shinomoto to serve as the university’s vice president for human resources.
- January 29, 2018—Wentworth and The Boston Globe recently launched the final article in a four-part series funded by the Institute and produced in conjunction with BrandLab, the newspaper’s sponsored content studio.
- January 10, 2018—Deanna Kondek, BSCE ’19, believes that her time at Wentworth has been greatly enhanced by the clubs and organizations she joined.
- January 3, 2018—A behind-the-scenes look at 'Wentworth Architecture review.'
- December 6, 2017—President Zorica Pantić joined a recent panel for a discussion on “Fulfilling the Promise of Title IX in STEM: Exploring the Roles University Leaders Play.”
- December 1, 2017—Four Startup Challenge teams were funded over $22,000 in November during Accelerate's PitchRound.
- November 30, 2017—Despite working for one of the largest cloud-computing companies in the world—and one that Forbes recently named most innovative—Francheska Nunez, BSIS ’19, never felt like simply a co-op during her recent time with Salesforce.
- November 30, 2017—Victor Naklicki’s interest in robotics began when a guest speaker showed his high school class a video of the remotely operated vehicle Jason—designed and built by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) on Cape Cod—collecting underwater samples.
- November 21, 2017—Ciro Podany (ARCH, ‘14), an alumn of the Startup Challenge, has found himself in Hawaii, taking advantage of the beautiful scenery and creating bamboo homes as part of Bamboo Living, a sustainable prefab architecture company.
- November 13, 2017—U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Kimberly A. Crider, speaking at a November 10 tribute to military veterans, thanked those who have dedicated themselves to the U.S. Armed Services—young and old—and praised Wentworth Institute of Technology for its history as a key training institution for soldiers during World War I and World War II.
- November 7, 2017—The work, a hybrid virtual-physical representation of the three-dimensional fractal known as Apollonian Spheres, was constructed by students and faculty from Industrial Design, Interior Design, Computer Science, and Applied Mathematics—in collaboration with an external artist.
- November 6, 2017—With its own military history and contemporary support of veterans as a backdrop, Wentworth Institute of Technology will host a special campus luncheon on November 10 to honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.