WPI Journal

Recording engineer Neal Cappellino ’87 shepherds sound in Music City

Neal Cappellino gives the same advice to all the artists he records as they wrestle with...

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Neal Cappelino
Lynne (Cox) Handanyan ’86 Navigates Therapies at Pfizer

Lynne (Cox) Handanyan ’86 Navigates Therapies at Pfizer

When infusion drug therapy alleviates multiple sclerosis symptoms, or a daily round of antibiotics clears up...

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Wole Soboyejo

Wole Soboyejo

President Laurie Leshin sits down with Provost Winston (Wole) Soboyejo LL: Welcome, Wole. There’s so much happening...

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The WPI Plan Turns 50

The WPI Plan Turns 50

Fifty years ago this spring, the WPI faculty approved the WPI Plan, a radically new, project-based...

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Professor Anita Mattson's Passion for Chemistry Steering the Chemistry Header

Professor Anita Mattson's Passion for Chemistry

“Unlike most people, I find organic reaction mechanisms really fun,” she admits. “I was nervous about...

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Japan Project Center

Japan Project Center

Variety is the name of the game at the Japan Project Center, which, after initially focusing...

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John Whiteside ’80

John Whiteside ’80

Late in the 1970s, when the Boston Globe would be tossed onto John Whiteside’s (’80) porch,...

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Meredith Forcier ’20

Meredith Forcier ’20

For Meredith Forcier ’20 (BS Biomedical Engineering/International and Global Studies; MS Management), the truth is self-evident....

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