WPI Journal

Food of the Gods

Using tradition and science, Leila Carvajal Erker ’96 helps the world’s chocolatiers build a better bar.

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Climate Change and the “A Word”

Scientists and engineers at WPI are helping the world adapt to the inevitable changes that a warming climate is bringing to the planet.

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The Path Less Traveled

For Hilary Stinnett Adragna ’09, the road to her post at The Estée Lauder Companies has been anything but linear. And that has made all the difference.

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The Odyssey of Naudin Oswell, WPI’s First Black Graduate

In the fall of 1919, Worcester native Naudin Oswell—who would become WPI’s first Black graduate—set foot...

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Hannah Schulz ’21

Hannah Schulz ’21

Hannah Schulz ’21 hopes to use her WPI education to help find a solution to climate change.

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Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

WPI’s second project center set in a national park takes students to a place in the wilds of Northwestern Montana that some call the Crown of the Continent.

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Featuring Jean King, Peterson Family Dean of Arts and Sciences

Featuring Jean King, Peterson Family Dean of Arts and Sciences

President Leshin and Dean King discuss everything from the role of humanities and arts at a STEM institution to WPI’s new neuroscience program to the Be Well Together initiative.

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Wrestling, Excellence, Giving Back

Wrestling, Excellence, Giving Back

Ardent fans of wrestling at WPI, brothers Paul ’85, Todd ’89, and Toby ’91 and other family members are supporting the new DeFalco Endowment.

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WPI Research Underpins New Federal Law on Gas Can Safety

WPI Research Underpins New Federal Law on Gas Can Safety

It happens only under limited conditions, but when it does, the results can be horrific. When...

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