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January 2012

Upcoming Events

  • January 24:
    Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast, 8:15-10:15 a.m., MassArt, Pozen Center


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Tunnel Vision

Joao Tavares on co-op
As an assistant field engineer for Granite Construction Company, Joao Tavares, BCM ’12, has spent two co-op semesters contributing to the “The East Side Access” project—an endeavor that will connect the Long Island Rail Road’s (LIRR) Main and Port Washington lines in Queens to a new station at Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. Read More »

Wentworth Donates Laptops to JFK Elementary School

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The John F. Kennedy Elementary School in Jamaica Plain received a donation of 25 laptop computers from Wentworth at a celebratory event on December 16. The laptops will replace antiquated equipment in existing lab space and will be used by both students and their families. Read More »

Architecture Students Redesign Allston/Brighton Neighborhood

Student Design

When architecture students Elliott Richmond, Jacob Augunas, and Ross Lyons sat down at City Hall with Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) members this semester, they got a glimpse of what it takes to make designs work in the real world. Read More »

Staff Profile

Deb HuntIn a way, Deb Hunt is like a matchmaker. Sometimes she is finding employers that will be the right match for a Wentworth student’s co-op position. Other times she is helping women form networks to return to work. Read More »

MassRecycle Recognition

Recycle Cans

Wentworth was honored with a SILVER Award in the Institution/Nonprofit category from MassRecycle at the organization’s 16th Annual Recycling Awards Ceremony and Fundraiser. Read More »

Educator of the Year Award

Professor Mark Hasso Received Award

Construction Management Professor Mark Hasso (right) Wins Educator of the Year. Read More »

Holiday Party 2011

Sophomore Industrial Design Final Projects

Sophomore Industrial Design Projects

As a creative exercise, students in Simon Williamson's industrial design studio class created life-sized print-outs of what the consumer of their final project—a tape dispenser—would look like. Students took the opportunity to be as imaginative as possible. See More Photos »

Welcome New Employees!

  • Kim Garcia, executive assistant, Office of Institutional Advancement
  • John Giordano, assistant professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences   
  • Yeralidn Guerrero, student service representative, Enrollment Management

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