Corporate & Professional Ed

Hot Off The Presses: PANORAMA, Issue 2

Hot Off The Presses: PANORAMA, Issue 2

Our second issue of Panorama is here! What you’ll find in this issue: News on WPI’s new Boston office The first winners of our new scholarship Tips for time management as a part-time grad student A look inside WPI’s online courses in Digital System Design Tons more! Download your free copy  ♥ Love this post? Subscribe to Catalyst

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Grad School Hacks: How to Make a Study Plan

Grad School Hacks: How to Make a Study Plan

By Caitlin Keller Juggling work, school, and other commitments can make you feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day. Luckily, a solid, realistic study plan can free up space in your mind–and your schedule–and help you stay on target in school and life. Here are some simple tips for a great study plan that works for you. […]

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3 Big Benefits of Learning At Work

3 Big Benefits of Learning At Work

Picture it: you find out your company offers you the chance to earn your next degree. The catch? You’ll be part of a “cohort,” a group of students made up of other people who work within your organization, working together through the same courses. You hesitate. Maybe you’ve been out of the classroom setting for […]

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Hi! We’re CPE. Nice to meet you.

Filed in Corporate & Professional Ed, Infographics, WPI CPE by on December 24, 2016 0 Comments
Hi! We’re CPE. Nice to meet you.

You’ve probably heard of WPI; we’re one of the best colleges in the country with a whole lot of accolades under our belt. But how much do you know about WPI CPE? In our new infographic, we break down how Corporate and Professional Education supports the university through its own mission, vision, and values. Interested in learning more about […]

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Ariel Karolinski: MBA with Engineering Focus is a Perfect Fit

Ariel Karolinski: MBA with Engineering Focus is a Perfect Fit

Ariel Karolinski, a Business Unit Controller for Global Supply Chain Finance at UTC, decided to pursue her MBA as a way to differentiate her skills in a changing work environment and uncertain economy. “I wanted an MBA to help my future career potential and to gain more management experience. Undergraduate studies really don’t cover this.” […]

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Bradford Fleming: WPI’s MBA Helped this Chemical Engineer Climb Higher

Bradford Fleming: WPI’s MBA Helped this Chemical Engineer Climb Higher

Bradford Fleming knows firsthand how daunting it can be to consider a part-time MBA program while working full time. “At the time I was a project engineer at UTC, and was afraid I wouldn’t be able to do the schoolwork and my job.” But a desire for more career opportunities convinced him he needed to […]

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Adam Payne: Convenience Was the Key

Adam Payne: Convenience Was the Key

Adam Payne found a match for his skills as a lead engineer and systems architect with the WPI Master of Science in Systems Engineering. As Principal System Engineer at General Dynamics C4 Systems, serving as a Deputy Program Manager for Engineering (DPME), and System Architect on a research and development project for the US Air Force, […]

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David Stec: Time is of the Essence

David Stec: Time is of the Essence

When David Stec was asked when the right time is to start an advanced degree program, he said: “Now!” A Senior Manufacturing Tech II at AbbVie, responsible for the downstream fine purification of commercial drug substances, David took advantage of the opportunity to earn his Master of Science in Bioscience Administration when his employer partnered with WPI […]

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