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 a ceremony on October 13. The late Myles Sweeney, a Wentworth alumnus from the Class of 1928, and his wife Eugenia, who passed away in...

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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 that boomed during World War II but is essentially ageless, predicated on expanding upon nature’s own visual manipulations. Although most people think immediately about war,...

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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 to the study of building information modeling and the built environment. Funded by a gift from building, civil, utility, and energy construction firm BOND, the...

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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. The Wentworth’s men’s cross country team captured the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) championship for the third consecutive year, and finished 17th out of 54 teams...

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Professor Earns Fulbright Grant

John Ellis, professor in the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction Management, was awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program grant in architecture from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board last year.Continue Reading

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