WPI Journal

Sensing the Living Breath

Electrical engineer Ulkuhan Guler has an ambitious goal: creating a small, smart, skin patch that collects critical measures of respiration.

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Ulkuhan Guler

Field Work in Sustainability

Don Seville ’92 uses systems thinking to improve farming and food.

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Don Seville on his farm in Vermont

The Invisible Work of Babies

Video ethnographer Kajsa Brimdyr shows the significance of skin-to-skin contact.

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Kajsa Brimdyr in her video studio
Jason Reposa ’02 Feels Good About Cannabis Beverages Jason Reposa at the Good Feels manufacturing facility

Jason Reposa ’02 Feels Good About Cannabis Beverages

Jason Reposa is knee deep in the relatively new cannabis beverage industry, saying “yes” to what he calls a life-changing solution for pain and stress relief.

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Q&A: Paul Reilly, on Building Connections Paul Reilly

Q&A: Paul Reilly, on Building Connections

Paul Reilly, assistant dean of student success, leads the advising team that helps WPI students take advantage of the many academic opportunities available to them.

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Pursuing a Passion for the Environment Eugena Choi

Pursuing a Passion for the Environment

When it comes to her path in life, both academically and personally, Eugena Choi '24 is a product of her environment—literally.

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The 1974 Championship Bowling Team The 1974 WPI Bowling Team

The 1974 Championship Bowling Team

From the Archives: Although they had no official coach or even uniforms, the members of the 1974 Bowling Team captured a national championship for WPI.

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A Big Impact Down Under Illustration of Melbourne, Australia

A Big Impact Down Under

Aside from kangaroos, koalas, and the Outback, one of the first things people associate with Australia is that everything there is big. So it’s only fitting that the impact WPI students have there is big, too.

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Yan Wang Items in Yan Wang's office

Yan Wang

Get to know Yan Wang, the William Smith Foundation Dean’s Professor of Mechanical Engineering, through items found in his office.

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