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Experts on project-based education

Projects are at the heart of a WPI education, and our signature project-based approach to a STEM undergraduate education is instrumental in preparing students for their lives after college. Our project-based learning experts are available to discuss how this pedagogy is rooted in hands-on learning experiences, and how it helps students build confidence, as well as leadership, collaborative, and critical thinking skills, in both their personal and professional lives.

Kristin  Boudreau

Professor Boudreau's research in literature, culture, and education is unified by broad concerns for justice, inclusion, and social progress. Her literary scholarship considers the ways literature helps to advance social... Read More

Arne  Gericke
Arne Gericke
Interim Dean of Undergraduate Studies
Undergraduate Studies

Professor Gericke is a biophysical chemist studying lipid mediated protein functions using calorimetric, spectroscopic, and advanced microscopic techniques. An area of particular interest is phosphoinositide mediated... Read More

George D Pins

Professor Pins has more than 25 years of expertise in the design, development, and evaluation of implantable biomaterials, and the fabrication of biomimetic scaffolds for tissue engineering applications. His research focuses on... Read More

Sarah Eliza Stanlick

Sarah Stanlick, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in The Global School at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Her research interests include vulnerable populations, health and human rights, global and local citizenship, and... Read More

Elisabeth Anne Stoddard
Elisabeth Anne Stoddard
Associate Professor of Teaching
The Global School

Professor Stoddard is a human-environment geographer who is interested in the intersection of nature, society, and social justice. She looks at the ways in which farmed animal production can create environmental hazards and... Read More