A Match Made on Huntington

A Match Made on Huntington

When the YMCA on Huntington Avenue wanted new furniture for its front lobby area, IKEA was not going to cut it. The Y reached out to members of Wentworth’s College of Architecture, Design and Construction Management for ideas on how they could spruce things up in a unique way. Erik Miller, director of Wentworth’s Center for Community and...

5 Questions for Fred Driscoll

5 Questions for Fred Driscoll

Fred Driscoll has seen a lot over the course of his five decades at Wentworth. From his early days as an instructor of electronic engineering technology to his current post as dean of the College of Engineering and Technology, he has witnessed transformative changes to the Institute’s curriculum and campus. As he celebrates 50 years at the Institute, he...

Creating Impact

With a focus on product creation and social impact, Accelerate, Wentworth’s Innovation + Entrepreneurship Center, has attracted more than 600 students, many of whom had no prior experience with the startup culture. Upon entering Wentworth, Taylor Rosenblum, BSME ’15, was a fresh-faced student with a few ideas, but little knowledge of how to make them a...

Now Showing: New Banners

Visitors to Wentworth over the past few months may have noticed new banners flying from campus and street lampposts. The updated banners were installed over the spring as part of the Institute’s rebranding initiative, which began in 2013. The banners highlight the Institute’s “Five Factors of Career Success”—Focused Academics; Cooperative Learning;...

Three New Leaders, Countless New Ideas

Three New Leaders, Countless New Ideas

TAKE A WALK around campus and you’ll meet three new Wentworth administrators, all playing different—but equally vital—roles in the lifeblood of the Institute. Deborah Wright, dean of the College of Continuing and Professional Education (CPCE), Kevin Kidd, director of the library, and Robbin Beauchamp, director of cooperative education and career...