In the latest Inside Wentworth podcast, hear how students and faculty at Wentworth Institute of Technology are working with the renowned Perkins School for the Blind to lower the cost of a braillewriter for the blind, and make it more manufacturable and accessible for tens of thousands in developing countries. Assistant Professor John Voccio explains.
What is the role of a “clerk of the works” on campus? And how does that role factor into the new academic building for engineering, innovation, and sciences? Wentworth’s Clerk of the Works Kevin Smith answers these questions and more.
Nick Dunleavy, BIND ’12, has a highly creative job designing footwear for Timberland. Greg Abazorius traveled to the company's headquarters in New Hampshire to discuss what got Nick into the business, some of his favorite projects, and how Wentworth's Industrial Design program helped him get to where he is today.
Greg Abazorius speaks with Claire Ramsbottom, executive director of the Colleges of the Fenway, about the group's 20th anniversary and all they provide--including study abroad opportunities, music groups, and even internet access!
Wentworth Communications Co-op Alex Martin sits with Wentworth Student Government (WSG) President Cameron Sullivan, BSEE '17, to discuss how Sullivan manages the group and how other students can get involved with civic issues.
Wentworth’s Center for Community and Learning Partnerships (CLP) works to transform Boston, one project at a time. Courtney Wright and Nicole Jensen talk with Greg Abazorius about who they are and what they’re doing to help provide inner-city students a better chance to succeed.
Clif Stoltze, founder and creative director of Stoltze Design, and D.J. Moore of the Wentworth admissions office talk with Caleb Cochran about higher-ed branding and marketing in the second half of a two-part podcast.
Maura Mulligan, director of the Center for Wellness and Disability Services at Wentworth, talks about ways that students can stay healthy and productive at college.