Prior to 2007
Two Towers Prize
Nicholas Arcolano, Electrical and Computer Engineering
In keeping with the original purposes of the founders of WPI, the Two Towers Prize is awarded to a student who, through general academic competence, campus leadership, regular course work, and special work in Research and projects, best exemplifies a combined proficiency in the theoretical and practical union that is at the heart of the WPI eductional tradition.
This prize was established by Mildred M. Tymeson Petrie, author of Two Towers, WPIs centennial history.
Photo is of Nicholas Arcolano, Electrical and Computer Engineering, receiving the Two Towers Prize.
January 1, 2000