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New York Times Highlights WPI’s Success in Retaining STEM Students

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Thursday, January 26, 2012

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New York Times Highlights WPI’s Success in Retaining STEM Students New York Times Highlights WPI’s Success in Retaining STEM Students

Building on our founding principle of theory and practice, WPI faculty give students opportunities to apply what they learn in interesting and important ways. It’s still a demanding curriculum—there’s no getting around intense math and science classwork—but finding the balance makes it work.  Here, students see that their classwork is connected to the real-world; indeed […]

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Washington, DC, Inside and Out

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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

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WPI Students Working at the Washington Project Center Meet the Press and Congressman McGovern When WPI students reach their junior year, they must complete their Interactive Qualifying Projects (IQP). The choices of projects and locations are great, but a lucky few went to the Washington, D.C., Project Center this past B-Term. Led by advisors and […]

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Real-World Projects at WPI

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Monday, September 12, 2011

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Information sessions and application deadlines for projects in the 2012-13 academic year are fast approaching. Humanities and Arts Project, the sophomore year project, applications are due October 6 with site information sessions scheduled for October 4 – 24. Interactive Qualifying Project, the junior year project,  applications are due September 29 with site information sessions scheduled […]

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