Our students are as dynamic as they are diverse; while representing many different cultural backgrounds and ethnicities, they share a common creative and humanistic perspective in today’s technologically complex world. They learn to question their own thinking, reflect on others, communicate their ideas powerfully, and appreciate the role of the fine arts in human development.
See why our students chose WPI and how being part of the Humanities & Arts department has had an impact on who they are.
Sarah Alyse Conlin, ‘14
BA, Humanities & Arts with a concentration in American Studies
Kristin Elizabeth Poti, ’14
Worcester, MABS, BiologyBA, Humanities & Arts with a concentration in Spanish