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News at Wentworth
- August 7, 2017—Wentworth Trustee David Blittersdorf is looking to change the way Vermonters commute through the creation of an intercity rail network.
- August 7, 2017—Center for Wellness and Disability Services director notes that "first six weeks are the most challenging."
- August 2, 2017—As required by the Code of the Massachusetts Regulations, Wentworth has established graduate programs in four “distinct professional fields of study” and has demonstrated that it has “faculty, facilities, and resources necessary to support sound graduate programs.”
- August 1, 2017—The crowd was large, the air was cool, and student teams came prepared to pitch their hearts out on July 20th at Accelerate’s Willson Hall location.
- July 19, 2017—Around the time that General Electric (GE) was breaking ground on its new headquarters in Fort Point Channel, a group of Wentworth students across town were wrapping up a project to streamline GE’s workflow.
- July 19, 2017—Art Zafiropoulo, EEP ’60, has been named the featured speaker for Wentworth’s Summer 2017 Commencement ceremony on August 20.
- July 19, 2017—Nick Dunleavy, BIND ’12, finds his passion through Wentworth’s Industrial Design program and his “dream job” as a designer at Timberland in the latest Inside Wentworth podcast.
- July 14, 2017—Accelerate proudly celebrated Mass Innovation Nights’ 100th event (#MIN100) hosted by the Museum of Science.
- July 10, 2017—Wentworth's Construction Management Program has been ranked number one in the country by College Factual, ahead of 33 other colleges and universities offering programs in the field.
- July 6, 2017—A content delivery network and cloud services provider, Akamai Technologies is an internet giant, and Tyler Springhetti, BSIS ’18, is at the center of it all.
- July 6, 2017—Claire Ramsbottom, COF executive director, talks about clubs, study abroad, and other opportunities available.
- June 28, 2017—Chris Michel, BCOS ’17, and four teammates are currently taking part in the renowned MassChallenge competition.
- June 21, 2017—Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Wentworth President Zorica Pantic, and other officials broke ground June 21 for a $55 million building for engineering, innovation and sciences on Wentworth’s Huntington Avenue campus.
- June 21, 2017—MassInnovation Nights hosted their 99th launch party and networking event on June 14th at the local Roxbury Grove Hall in the Thelma D. Burns Building.
- June 14, 2017—Mayor Martin J. Walsh and City of Boston officials will join Wentworth representatives to mark the start of construction for a $55 million multipurpose academic building.
- June 8, 2017—A Wentworth team created a pneumatic drill and sample-collection tool called “Microgravity Regolith Extractor” for taking core samples that would typically be analyzed as part of a deep-space exploration at NASA.