Artist, Historian, and Teacher: Professor George Gladwin 1876 drawing of campus by Professor George Gladwin

Artist, Historian, and Teacher: Professor George Gladwin

From the Archives: Drawing professor George Gladwin, one of WPI's founding faculty members, was enamored with the beauty of objects he passed every day.

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Supporting Caribbean Climate Resilience Illustration of Carribean Climate Resilience

Supporting Caribbean Climate Resilience

The new Caribbean Climate Adaptation Network will advance more equitable climate adaptation in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands through interdisciplinary regional research and community engagement.

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When WPI Welcomed a New President for the First Time Dr. Homer T. Fuller

When WPI Welcomed a New President for the First Time

From the Archives: In his inaugural address on June 28, 1883, WPI's second president, Homer T. Fuller, challenged the Institute to solve the pressing issues of an increasingly industrial world.

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Global Initiative Brings Accessible K-12 STEM Education to the World STEM illustration

Global Initiative Brings Accessible K-12 STEM Education to the World

WPI’s Global STEM Education Initiative leverages the university’s expertise and resources to help other countries and underserved schools in the United States provide high-quality, accessible K-12 STEM education the world needs now.

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Snowy, Snowy Night The Earle Bridge in snow

Snowy, Snowy Night

Student photographer Cole Parks ’24 captured Earle Bridge in a wintery scene during the season’s first snowfall in mid-November.

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Letters to and From the Editor Letters

Letters to and From the Editor

Is print truly dead? And a carbon arc leads to a TV camera.

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