BuildingGreen Premium: Cutting Edge Green Building News and Product Research

What is BuildingGreen Premium and why should I use it? BuildingGreen is a valuable source for healthy and sustainable design and construction strategies — providing insight about green design, technologies, and design solutions — from a whole-systems perspective. Students on campuses, design firms and industry leaders appreciate this resource for its unbiased and trustworthy information. […]

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Library Response to COVID-19

In light of the growing public health concern, the global impact, and the potential for community transmission, the Institute is transitioning its courses to online modalities. We will be offering Library services in person and via email, chat, and web-conferencing tools.  Please see below for a summary or visit our website for more information. Library In-Person Hours (3/14/20 […]

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Tranquil Totes: Create Your Calm

We process information through our senses, but stress can cause a sensory traffic jam that makes it difficult for ur brains to take in information efficiently and accurately. The Tranquil Totes contain tools like foam rollers, weighted shoulder wraps, noise-canceling headphones, fans, task lights, and more that help to facilitate the creation of a sensory […]

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Utzon Unbuilt – Architecture Student Exhibit

Architectural competitions offer opportunities to see one’s ideas realized and to see and study the world. This exhibition, “Utzon Unbuilt” focuses on two unbuilt works, Schauspielhaus in Zurich and the Madrid National Opera House, by Danish Architect Jørn Utzon, famously known as the architect of the Sydney Opera House. On display are student entries entered […]

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Program Room Contest – Spring 2019

Would you and your friends like to spend an evening in the Library Program Room studying for that big exam or working on your final project, surrounded by delicious snacks? Starting March 18, follow us on Twitter (@WITLibrary), like, and retweet for a chance to win a snack-filled Program Room for you and your friends! […]

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Call for Library Exhibit Proposals

        Would you like to engage the Wentworth community by showcasing innovative work from labs, studios and classes? If so, the Schumann Library is seeking exhibit proposals for the Guarracino Family Gallery for the current academic year. Participation is open to faculty, staff, and students as well as our broader community. Proposals […]

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World War I Posters by ENG II on Display

Posters from English II, Sections 24 and 26, taught by adjunct professor Danica A. Buckley, are now on display in the Library, until March 3rd! The students read To End All Wars, by Adam Hochschild, chose a WWI poem, and researched an area of interest, culminating in posters, papers, and presentations. The projects are focused […]

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Technology Sandbox Exhibition

Beginning February 15th, our gallery space will feature an exhibition of projects created using the 3D printers in the Library’s Technology Sandbox. We’ll have an opening reception on February 21st at 12:00pm. Please join us for some light refreshments and giveaways. About the Technology Sandbox The Lloyd Andres Carney Technology Sandbox is an informal, student-run, […]

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