The Summer in Photos 2023
Sharing our research, video games, and expertise in project-based learning.
Brushing up on our athletics skills.
Welcoming new students to campus and the community.
Enjoying lunchtime concerts (and free ice cream!) in the Campus Center.
Coming together to create some irrational aerial art.
And that’s just the beginning—what else did you do on your summer vacation, WPI?
Incoming new students at WPI got their first taste of campus life during the First-Year Welcome Experience events held throughout the summer.
The Summer Breeze Concert Series is a wonderful way for the community to gather and spend time together (and enjoy free ice cream) during the summer months.
President Grace Wang and Holy Cross President Vincent Rougeau signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on combined Bachelor’s/Master’s programs, which will combine the distinctive strengths of both institutions.
From Worcester to, well, Worcester—the Galactic Einsteins from Zwelethemba High School in Worcester, South Africa, was one of the teams participating in the first-ever WPI Annual FIRST LEGO League Open Event. Overall, the event’s participants represented nearly three dozen states and more than a dozen countries.
Students who participated in WPI's summer programs had a blast building robots in the Innovation Studio.
Students (from WPI and other colleges and universities) who spent the last 10 weeks on campus conducting research, presented their work at the Summer Research Showcase on August 3 in the Innovation Studio.
The WPI football team started preparing for their 2023 season with an intrasquad scrimmage before classes began.
Students who completed the MassDiGi Summer Innovation Program showed off their games to the WPI community during the annual showcase event in the Innovation Studio.
Faculty and staff from colleges and universities around the world traveled to WPI for the Institute on Project-Based Learning, where they received an enhanced understanding of project-based learning and a tailored plan to advance work on their own campuses.
The Women’s Soccer team was all smiles as they kicked off practice for the 2023 season.
President Wang extended a warm welcome to new students and their families while helping with Move-In Day procedures.
New students gathered in Harrington Auditorium for a convocation address to kick off the new academic year.
Students who are underrepresented in STEM or at WPI and identify as BIPOC, ALANA, LGBTQIAP+, or first-generation are invited to attend Connections, a pre-orientation and academic immersion program designed to assist in a smooth transition from high school to college.
There’s nothing like the celebration that comes with the annual Earle Bridge Crossing, and this year was no exception.
Students were able to start picturing the new year at WPI and catch up with friends—new and old—during a variety of New Student Orientation activities, including activities fairs, Orientation Olympics, and Greek Carnival.
There’s nothing WPI students can’t do when they work together—it’s all easy as, well, pi.