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Student Scholarship Recipient Focuses on Student Leadership, Athletics, and Helping Others in the Community

Miroslaw Wierzbicki, a rising senior who is studying electrical engineering, is the proud recipient of the Charles C. Ely Education Fund scholarship. The Charles C. Ely Education Fund was established through the Will of Charles Ely, and has been granted to multiple deserving Wentworth students each year since the mid-2000’s.

Inaugural Combined Interior and Industrial Design Student Show

There is no doubt that Wentworth Institute of Technology has a history of educating and guiding wonderful students throughout a rigorous four years, no matter the discipline. Within moments the senior class will be graduating, as they have for many a year, and as they will for many years to come.  

Student Credits Scholarship to Helping Her Focus and Excel in Academics, Athletics, and Community Service

Chaise Kakuk, a class of 2023 Construction Management student, and native of Laguna Niguel, California, is the proud recipient of the Shawmut Design and Construction Scholarship. Chaise is a dedicated student who participates on the volleyball team, tutors her peers, is an active member of the Construction Management Club, and gives back to the community surrounding campus.

Six Alumni to be Inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame

From the ice to the volleyball court, soccer field, and softball diamond, Wentworth’s Class of 2022 Athletics Hall of Fame inductees are a fine example of versatility. 

Wentworth's Boston Pipeline Expands to the Center for Skilled Trades

Wentworth was founded to provide "education in the technical arts" for local youth. For over 110 years, the university has been providing graduates from the city and the region with the necessary project-based education that fills the critical needs of our local economy as industry needs change.

Alumni Day

Under a brilliant May sun, a trio of young alumni tossed around a bean bag on the Quad, relaxing and sharing stories in proximity to a futuristic glass structure, new since their time as students.