Responsible for the overall quality of teaching, scholarship, and research at WPI, the Office of the Provost is the nerve center for academic oversight, support, and resource operations.

In collaboration with the university’s deans and professional staff, the provost works to assure the continued excellence of WPI’s premier undergraduate program, the relevance of our graduate research enterprise, and to attract, recruit, and retain outstanding faculty.

Research at WPI

WPI faculty and students are engaged in conducting research at the far reaches of discovery—and always with a purpose.  Passionate about their disciplines and their students, our faculty are remarkable in their commitment, even when it comes to encouraging children to reach for STEM.  Every year, faculty step up to enthrall throngs of children and families at TouchTomorrow, our festival of science, technology, and robots.

Projects and Their Impact

WPI faculty and students are engaged in conducting research at the far reaches of discovery—and always with a purpose.  Passionate about their disciplines and their students, our faculty are remarkable in their commitment, even when it comes to encouraging children to reach for STEM.  Every year, faculty step up to enthrall throngs of children and families at TouchTomorrow, our festival of science, technology, and robots.

Annual Graduate Research Celebration

WPI faculty and students are engaged in conducting research at the far reaches of discovery—and always with a purpose.  Passionate about their disciplines and their students, our faculty are remarkable in their commitment, even when it comes to encouraging children to reach for STEM.  Every year, faculty step up to enthrall throngs of children and families at TouchTomorrow, our festival of science, technology, and robots.

News

WPI researchers (from left) Soussan Djamasbi, Jeanine Skorinko, Winston Soboyejo, Cagdas Onal (principal investigator), Yunus Telliel, Jing Xiao, Pratap Rao and Jane Li with the Baxter research robot. alt
WPI researchers (from left) Soussan Djamasbi, Jeanine Skorinko, Winston Soboyejo, Cagdas Onal (principal investigator), Yunus Telliel, Jing Xiao, Pratap Rao and Jane Li with the Baxter research robot.
October 24, 2019