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October 2011

Upcoming Events

  • Tuesday, October 11 - Friday, October 21
    Quantum and Creative Connections: The Art of Elise Wagner and Professor James O'Brien, 3:30 p.m., Blount Auditorium

New Employees

  • Kenneth Allen, lab technician, College of Engineering and Technology.
  • Salvatore Aulogia, admissions assistant/receptionist, Office of Admissions
  • Michael Campagna, maintenance C worker, Physical Plant
  • Jennifer Cheng, office coordinator, Student Leadership Programs
  • Victoria (Vicki) Cupper, administrative assistant, Business Services
  • Dexter Francis, supervisor/sergeant, Public Safety
  • Haylie Starin, admissions counselor for College of Professional and Continuing Education, Office of Admissions
  • Tessa Thompson, student financial services counselor, Student Financial Services
  • Courtney Wright, administrative assistant, the Center for Community and Learning Partnerships

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Crafting for a Cause

Meredith Gratton Head ShotFor Meredith Gratton, BIND ’11, the opportunity “to work in an organization that combined design and human empowerment,” seemed like the perfect opportunity. Spending her second co-op semester working at Women’s Craft Collaborative (WCC), a sector within the local nonprofit women’s shelter Rosie’s Place, was an eye-opening experience for Gratton. Read More »

Award-Winning Work

Video of Dave Fustino

David Fustino, BIND '11, was recently honored as the Northeast District winner in the Industrial Designers Society of America's annual Student Merit Awards. This is the first time a Wentworth student has won first place in the district. Watch Video »

Staff Profile: Mimi Phan

Mimi Phan head shotIt took earning a degree in economics from Tufts University and a year helping banks trade commercial and real estate loans in the Financial District for Mimi Phan to realize she had had enough of finance. To learn about how she got from finance to design Read More »

Campus News

Author Junot Diaz and Wentworth student

Even for Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, the writing process is not always easy. It certainly wasn’t always a breeze for Junot Diaz, who finished his novel, “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao,” 11 years after he began writing it. Read More »

Scene Around

BookEnviron Exhibit in Casella Gallery

The BookEnviron exhibit on display in Casella Gallery. Read More »

Wentworth Students at BSA award ceremony

The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) held its first annual Student Design Showcase, featuring submissions of some of the most outstanding architectural designs done by students in the area. Of the 25 students chosen to have their work on display, 14 are from Wentworth, making Wentworth the most represented school in the showcase. Wentworth students attending the showcase shown above. View a slideshow of their work »


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