Spring 2022

A Hunger Satisfied Misael Diaz
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A Hunger Satisfied

Once a poor teenager with audacious dreams, Misael Diaz defines his own destiny and finds success as an entrepreneur and leadership coach.

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Modern Manufacturing Finds A Home Advanced Manufacturing Center faculty
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Modern Manufacturing Finds A Home

The interdisciplinary world of modern manufacturing at WPI has found a home in the new Advanced Manufacturing Center, which, appropriately enough, is housed in a former manufacturing building a short walk from the WPI campus on Sagamore Road.

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Many Giant Leaps for WPI President Laurie Leshin
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Many Giant Leaps for WPI

As WPI says goodbye to President Laurie Leshin, community members highlight areas of lasting impact.

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A Look Back with Fondness and Gratitude President Leshin

A Look Back with Fondness and Gratitude

President Laurie Leshin reflects on her upcoming move to become director of NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, and how WPI will never leave her.

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Jeremy Trilling ’22: A Creative Vision Takes Flight Jeremy Trilling

Jeremy Trilling ’22: A Creative Vision Takes Flight

In the years since Jeremy Trilling’s unconventional arrival at WPI in a flying electric vehicle he built, he has been a tireless maker, using all the tools at his disposal—some of his own creation—to expand the realm of air travel.

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Paul Dagle ’82 Finds Healing Through Helping Others Paul and Anne Dagle

Paul Dagle ’82 Finds Healing Through Helping Others

Paul Dagle ’82 and his wife, Ann, honor the memory of their son with their work at Brian’s Healing Hearts Center for Hope and Healing.

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