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As of March 17, WPI is no longer permitting visitors to campus. All WPI employees who are able to work from home, including University Advancement staff, have been asked to do so. Please do not come to campus during this time. Advancement staff are available by phone and email during regular office hours of 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. You can contact the Alumni Relations Office at alumni-office@wpi.edu, 508-831-5600, for assistance.

We will continue to keep you informed of any changes.

Traditions are what draw us in and pull us back. They are cherished and revered. They give us chills and create wonderful memories of times spent on campus. Upon them, many great things can be built. They create the tie that binds the entire WPI community—the students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

As a WPI graduate, you can be proud to count yourself among this illustrious group of innovative problem solvers who are always breaking new ground, seeking better solutions, and creating positive change in the world.

You are part of a worldwide network of more than 38,000 alumni who live in more than 100 countries and are working in diverse fields and professions.

WPI's Alumni Networking Site

TechConnect is your home for alumni networking, job searching, and more.

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Virtual Intersession

Our Virtual Intersession opportunities are great ways to engage with the WPI community and provide you with inspiration, enrichment, and entertainment. Here you can find tips and tricks for personal wellness, ideas for keeping your kids busy, career advice, inspirational stories about how the WPI community is participating in the fight against COVID-19, and much more.

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Past Virtual Event Videos

Missed a virtual event or want to rewatch one? View recordings of webinars and virtual events—from expert speakers and interviews to updates on what’s happening at WPI and in Worcester—to stay informed and in touch with the WPI community.

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Alumni Calendar

Mar03
1:45 pm to 3:30 pm
Join us to hear from WPI student ambassadors as they discuss their personal mission. From their academic journey and activities, and with impact of alumni engagement along the way, we will discover how determination leads their pathway to success.
A Seat at the Lab Bench

A Seat at the Lab Bench

Remember the first time you “saw yourself” in something? Whether it was in a piece of media, a career path, or even something as simple as a Wikipedia article, there’s a certain high that comes from representation and knowing you’re not alone in your identity or emotions—that someone gets it, gets you.

It’s an invaluable feeling, one that’s difficult to describe and impossible to replicate. The importance of representation in all areas of life has been advocated for—more than ever before—in everything from pop culture to professional arenas, so much so that it can be all too easy to overlook the environments (like STEM) that are still sorely lacking.

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Eric Soederberg ’83: Sunrise Lab’s innovations are both changing and saving lives

For an electrical engineer in the medical device world, Eric Soederberg’s role models aren’t entirely—well—expected. “Oh, Gandhi, probably,” says Soederberg, with a self-effacing laugh. He falls silent for a moment, tousling his auburn hair. “Although, lately I’ve been asking myself, ‘What would Fred Rogers do?’” he adds, drumming his fingers on the table.

News

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The Call of Karen MQP team (l to r) Kate Olguin, Mikel Matticoli, Diana Kumykova, Thomas Tawadros in a pre-pandemic photo.
January 28, 2021
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Musical instruments stand ready for the WPI Orchestra and Concert Band
December 21, 2020
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The Father of the Plan:
Bill Grogan '46

WPI's latest book, The Presiding Genius of the Place, explores the life of the late Bill Grogran '46, dean emeritus of undergraduate studies, whose influence and leadership forever changed WPI. 

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Building the Hill Together

The Foisie Innovation Studio and Residence Hall, as pictured in this architectural rendering, is named to honor WPI's most generous benefactor, Robert A. Foisie '56—but it also pays homage to the university's growing tradition of philanthropy.

Every gift makes an impact.

Contact Us

The Alumni Relations team is located in Higgins House.

Phone 508-831-5600     Fax 508-831-5791     alumni-office@wpi.edu