We selected the most popular Instagram images to run on official Wentworth accounts during the latter part of 2019.
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@CLPwentworth provided a window into the work that Wentworth students completed on the Church of St. Augustine and St. Martin in Boston. The Center for Community and Learning Partnerships helped organize the renovation of the church’s outdoor space into a community garden and gathering spot.
@WITadmissions captured this shot of one of Wentworth’s newest students saying goodbye to his family on move-in day.
Drew DiGeronimo, BSME ’20, stands alone on the ice in this shot from @witAthletics.
Members of the Wentworth women’s soccer team leap for joy at Sweeney Field in this @witAthletics picture.
@WentworthInstitute captured RAMP students presenting their final projects on “Urban Farming” in Watson Auditorium. RAMP is a pre-college bridge program for Boston residents who will be attending Wentworth in the fall as first-year students.
@wit_swe shared a picture of Society of Women Engineers members taken immediately after they raised $3,343.97 for Relay for Life.
Maarouf Barry, BSM ’20, represented Eleis Farm at a September Accelerate Kickstart event. Find more about Barry in the Summer 2019 edition of WIT magazine and see more photos from Accelerate, Wentworth’s Innovation + Entrepreneurship Center @witaccelerate.
ORA team members Noelle Benavides, BBME ’19, Hayley Rutkey, BBME ’19, and Courteney DiDomenico, BIND ’19, utilize the Maker Space in the Center for Engineering, Innovation and Sciences. @witaccelerate gave a nod to ORA, an interdisciplinary senior capstone team that designed a wearable device capable of measuring UV radiation exposure, hydration levels, and GPS location.
Mechanical Engineering students were shown at work in the Kingman Hall Projects Lab by @WentworthInstitute.
President Mark Thompson and the Leopard join students at a community BBQ on the front lawn in this @WentworthInstitute image.