November is all about being thankful, and while that’s how we feel about our community friends every day, we’d never pass up an opportunity to celebrate them and their accomplishments all month long. From Wellness Day and long service awards to taking time to enjoy the fall foliage around campus, check out some of what we were most thankful for in November.
The Business School’s inaugural Business Week spanned both subject matter and months, offering attendees a packed schedule of guest speakers, workshops, panels, and networking events October 30 to November 3.
“This is for the turkeys!”—the Staff Council’s Harvest of Thanks gratitude gathering event featured food and raffles for gift certificates, gift baskets, and, yes, turkeys.
It’s always a good time for a pickup spikeball game on the Quad—just ask, well, anyone.
Every November, we take time to celebrate WPI’s founders with readings from Two Towers: The Story of Worcester Tech, trivia contests, and visits from goats.
Men’s Soccer kicked off the month by clinching the NEWMAC Tournament Championship against Babson. Photo credit Sam Seng '26
Meditation classes in the Center for Well-Being are popular with students taking a break and re-centering themselves.
Just a few hours away in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, one of WPI’s newest project centers gives students the opportunity to complete projects focused on the environment and earn certificates in wilderness ethics. Photo credit: Danielle Cook and Corey Dehner
It’s been said time and again that what makes WPI special is the people. We celebrated those who’ve been working at WPI for increments of five years at the annual Employee Recognition Dinner.
Hundreds of prospective students and their families visited campus to see firsthand what makes WPI, well, WPI.
WPI’s cross country team wrapped up a historic season at the NCAA Division III National Championships in Pennsylvania.