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5 Questions for Vish Paradkar

The CIO talks top priorities, challenges facing Tech Services, and where he sees things in five years.Continue Reading

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Professors Ma and Cosma Continue Ascher Legacy

Three female students attended Wentworth when humanities professor Lois Ascher joined the faculty. Forty-six years later, Ascher leaves a lasting impression as the first...

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Wentworth Helping Roxbury Community ‘Take Care of Its Own’

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...

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The New Academic Building by the Numbers

An eye-catching sight of steel and glass, the new academic building for engineering, innovation, and sciences has proven to be a model example of efficiency, with...

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Seniors Honored for Athletic and Academic Prowess

Wentworth’s student-athletes have long found success on and off the athletic fields. The average, cumulative grade point average of the more than 300 student-athletes at the university...

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Head of the Class

Wentworth’s newest faculty class convened in the Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons ahead of the Fall 2018 semester. They provide a wide breadth of...

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Storied Women of Wentworth

The Wentworth community came together in 2018 to celebrate Women’s History Month through a spate of events aimed at celebrating strides made in gender equality, while...

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Alumni News

A ‘Ziel’ for Life

Adam Ziel, BSCO ’18, spends some of his time working for Right Coast Courier. At 22, you might never guess that he has already undergone heart surgery three...

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Together, in the Hall of Fame

By Dennis Nealon Photo by Kirsten Fraser BEFORE THEY MARRIED in October 1996, Michelle Young, IDS ’92, FMC ’94, and Andre Vega, CD ’91, AET ’93, ARC...

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Commencement Speakers Tell Wentworth Grads to Seek ‘Service Beyond Self’ and to ‘Dream Big’

Kicking off the region’s annual college commencement season at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on April 21, Massachusetts Port Authority executive Houssam Sleiman told some...

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Change Builder

Shawn Seaman, AET ’82, AE ’84, isn’t a physician or medical researcher, but the work he does—building life sciences and healthcare facilities—still has the power to impact lives. Take a particular...

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