Change Agents

By Greg Abazorius As residents of Brookview House in Roxbury, Mass. made their way into the building in March 2015, they found newly installed floors, freshly painted walls, upgraded computers, and new furniture—all the result of work completed by Wentworth students and members of the Center for Community and...

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A Decade of Zorica

BY GREG ABAZORIUS As a 7-year-old in Serbia, Zorica Pantic watched her father, an electrical engineer and mathematician, assemble a radio with his M.S. thesis team. “I decided to help out,”Pantic recalls with a laugh. “I was so impressed with this idea of putting together different components to produce sound. I decided at that...

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Off to the Races

Wentworth professors Simon Williamson, Peter Rourke, Sam Montague, and Steve Chomyszak recently had an interesting challenge for their students: Create a race car. Happily for everyone involved, the cars they had in mind were to measure less than one foot and weigh under a pound. The professors were the driving force behind the...

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Flapping His Wings

When Scott Houtchens, BSEN ’16, got the assignment to create a simple gear assembly for his 3D printing class, inspiration struck. “Our design goal was to create something that contained interlocking pieces and moved,” he says. “I decided to take a creative route.” Houtchens’ creativity came to him in the form of a...

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Forever Flipping

When it comes to his work, Peter Souhleris isn’t easily distracted. But today his son, Athan, is turning four years old, and Souhleris is picking him up to shop for a new bicycle. Never mind that Souhleris, BEN ’15, and his friend and business partner, David Seymour, are in the midst of the biggest property...

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