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5 Questions for Claudio Santiago

It’s difficult to think of a more familiar presence on the Wentworth campus than Claudio Santiago. The 32-year Institute veteran lends his expertise to...

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‘Virtual’ Exhibit, Real Collaboration

STUDENTS AND FACULTY representing a range of disciplines recently worked with artist Sharon Ma to build a hybrid exhibit for the Douglas D. Schumann...

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“I thought, ‘I’ll never live; I’ll never make it.’”

MARTIN “MARTY” GUYER, MEP ’64, is practically incognito when he arrives on campus for the annual luncheon to honor members of the U.S. Armed...

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Constructing a Lasting Legacy

Wentworth honored the legacy of a pair of longtime Wentworth benefactors last fall, dedicating the Myles and Eugenia Sweeney Department of Construction Management at...

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Disappearing Act

ANTONIO FURGIUELE IS NO MAGICIAN, but he can make things disappear. The associate professor in the Department of Architecture teaches architectural camouflage, a field...

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Bond Lab Unveiled

The latest in a series of impressive campus classroom and lab overhauls is the BOND Virtual Design and Construction Lab, an interdisciplinary space dedicated...

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For Leopards, a Fall to Remember

For one team, 2017 was the latest in a string of excellent seasons. For another, newfound success may point to even brighter days ahead....

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Alumni News

Class Notes – Spring 2018

1943 Louis C. Beggs, MC&TD, Hon. ’13, celebrated the 75th anniversary of his graduation from Wentworth with President Panti? and daughter Carol Souza. 1956...

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Graduates Encouraged to Work Hard and Take Risks

Speaker and honorary degree recipient Art Zafiropoulo, EE ’60, described parents who escaped the ravages of World War I and found a better life...

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As Environmental Challenges Mount, Blittersdorf Calls on Students to Lead

David Blittersdorf, MDE ’77, Hon. ’14, knows that preserving the planet is difficult, complicated work. But he’s convinced that students at Wentworth leave hope...

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Study Abroad Berlin Turns 15

Did you study abroad in Berlin with Wentworth? If so, we want to hear from you! As Wentworth’s Berlin program celebrates 15 years, the...

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