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Flu Vaccine Clinic

Wednesday, Oct 7, 11 am
Campus Center

Flu Vaccine Clinic

Campus Center on October 7th, 8th, and 9th

October 7th: Taylor Room

October 8th: Chairmans Room

October 9th: Morgan Room

11am-3pm walk in

Bring your insurance card

See clinic for complete listing for insurances accepted


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Council of Professional Societies: Academic Career Fair

Thursday, Oct 8, 2 pm

The Council of Professional Societies (CoPS) is a team made up of representatives from each professional society on campus. CoPS inspires professional societies to work together and helps further the goals professional societies share like increased membership, society interaction, and improved programming. This event will consist on an Activities fairs for Professionals societies in order to promote recruitement and involvemnt from students that have not yet joined. This is open to all of...

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Physics Dept:"An Astrophysics Major at WPI: Invitation to Collaboration"

Tuesday, Oct 13, 3:30 pm
OH 118

Events start at 4:00 PM in OH 109 and Refreshments are being served at 3:30 PM in OH 118

By its nature, modern astrophysical research involves an array of science, engineering and management disciplines including the biosciences, computer science, data science, aerospace engineering, environmental engineering, civil, electrical and mechanical engineering, and robotics.  A major program in astrophysics at WPI reflects an array of diverse opportunities for interdisciplinary studies...

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George Yancy "I Can't Breathe"; White Gazing and the need for White Un-Suturing

Thursday, Oct 1, 4:15 pm
Alden Hall




WHEN : Thursday, October 1st, 2015 4:15 -5:15PM

WHERE:  Alden Memorial Hall

“I Can’t Breathe”: White Gazing, and the Need for White Un-suturing

The twenty-first century Black body continues to be a site of racial essentialization, that is, a site of white violence. The Black body encounters itself as always already...

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The Power of Networking: Dr. Deborah Plummer

Wednesday, Sep 30, 4:30 pm
SL 115

Dr. Plummer will be giving her interactive talk from 4:30-5:30pm, with a meet and greet after from 5:30-6:30pm, with refreshments, for those whom want to stay.

Dr. Deborah Plummer, Vice Chancellor/ChiefDiversity Officer, UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial Health Care, Professor,Psychiatry and Quantitative Health Sciences, Diversity and Inclusion Office.  Dr. Plummer willbe speaking and leading a discussion on: The Power of Networking.  She will focus on...

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China Hub Presents "The Wedding Banquet" Film Series

Friday, Oct 2, 5:15 pm
Upper Fuller Lecture Hall

China Hub Presents: China through the Lens

"The Wedding Banquet"

106 minutes, Chinese with English Subtitles

About the movie:

This is a great award-winning feature movie. Simon lived with his boyfriend Wei-Tung in Manhattan. In order to defer the suspicions on Wei's parents, Simon suggests a marriage between Wei-Tung and Wei-Wei, an immigrant in need of a green card. When Wei-Tung's parents come to America for the wedding, a lot of interesting things...

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Test Kitchen Presents: Idea Cafe

Wednesday, Sep 30, 6 pm
Mid Century Room, Campus Center

Sponsored by the WPI Test Kitchen, a new community-based idea incubator on the WPI campus. Have an idea for improving campus? Interested in starting a business? Looking to team up with other passionate students? Looking to give back to the community?  Want to share your passion? Join us for a causal discussion on all things innovation. We are open to discuss anything you bring to the table. Free Dunkin Donuts coffee! We will be using a meeting style that is common at many successful...

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"The Ins & Outs of Credit" Presented by the Office of Student Aid and Financial Literacy

Wednesday, Sep 30, 4 pm
Bartlett Center, Presentation Room

Join Julian Smith, from MA Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation for "The Ins & Outs of Credit" put on by The Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy. 

·  Learn all about credit cards, credit reports, protecting yourself from identity theft, and maintaining good financial habits.

·  Prizes will be raffled, snacks will be provided, & you’ll be entered to win our end-of-year Grand Prize!

Space is limited, so sign up now! Register here or...

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Physics Dept: “After Quantum Mechanics;” How to Survive and Prosper in Your Career”

Tuesday, Sep 29, 3:30 pm
Olin 109

Dr. Howard Levine

WPI class of 1972



“After Quantum Mechanics;” How to Survive and Prosper in Your Career”


Dr. Levine will give a talk on the skills that are needed to succeed in Industrial positions.

Dr. Levine was a native of Worcester and came to WPI as an early acceptance student in 1968.He graduated with honors from WPI with a degree in Physics in 1972.He then went onto the University of Illinois, Urbana...

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Earn a "MS in Business" in just one extra year

Thursday, Oct 1, 12 pm
Mid Century Room, Campus Center

To all undergraduates,

Did you know the vast majority of students who graduate with an undergraduate engineering or science degree are not working in a strictly technical job just 3 years into their careers?   What are they doing?  They’re managing projects, leading teams, and growing businesses.  The key to your success is coupling your world-class technical education with a world-class business education.  We’ll show you how to achieve that in as little as 9 months and with...

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Gordon Library Presents: The WPI Plan – Engineering the Future

Tuesday, Sep 15, 4:30 pm
Gladwin Gallery: Level G
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Constitution Day Lecture

Thursday, Sep 17, 4 pm
Lower Fuller

Thursday, September 17th, FL Lower Perrault Hall – 4:00pm

WPI Constitution Day Lecture! “Colonial Militias, Firearms and the Second Amendment.” 

Kevin Sweeney is Professor of History and American Studies at Amherst College, where he has taught since 1989. He has written extensively on the history and material culture of the seventeenth and eighteenth-century New England, including (with Evan Haefeli) the prize-winning Captors and Captives: The 1704 French and Indian Raid on...

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Free Pocket Constitution- Constitution Day

Thursday, Sep 17, 10 am
2nd Floor Bartlett Center

Constitution Day Events

Thursday, September 17th, Bartlett Center – 10:00am – 4:00pm

Celebrate the anniversary of the Constitution. Stop by the Office of Student Aid & Financial Literacy, 2nd Floor, Bartlett Center from 10:00am – 4:00pm to pick up your free “pocket” Constitution and learn more about this important U.S. document. 

Thursday, September 17th, FL Lower Perrault Hall – 4:00pm

WPI Constitution Day Lecture! “Colonial Militias, Firearms and the...

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Drive Electric Car Show

Thursday, Sep 17, 5 pm
Higgins House Parking Lot

Come learn about the advances made in electric and hybrid vehicle technologies as well as in the infrastructure that supports electric vehicles in Worcester and beyond. Over 20 vehicles on display, including president Leshin’s Tesla and the very rare General Motors EV1!

Learn more here:

WPI EV show:

National Drive Electric...

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Sustainability Speaker: Dennis Whyte; Smaller and Sooner

Wednesday, Sep 23, 5 pm
Salisbury 104

WPI Energy Sustainability Project Center Presents: 

Dr. Dennis Whyte is Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering  and Director of the Plasma Science and Fusion Center at MIT.  Among other awards and recognition, Prof. Whyte was named  a Fellow of the American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics and has received the Ruth and Joel Spira Award for Distinguished Teaching at MIT

Smaller and Sooner Accelerating fusion energy’s development with new superconductor...

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S.T.O.P Plates and Bike Registration

Thursday, Sep 3, 7:30 am
Main Floor, Campus Center

 I will be in the Campus Center to register computers with the S.T.O.P. Plates on 9-3-15 (Thursday) from 7:30AM-10:30AM.


     The S.T.O.P. plates are a theft deterrent attached to your laptop that are almost impossible to remove.  If they are removed, it will damage the top of the laptop.  Also, there is a permanent Tattoo left where the S.T.O.P. plate was removed from stating the laptop is stolen. There is a code number on the S.T.O.P. plates that is logged into a...

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CEE Guest Speaker: Conservation of Monumental Marble Sculpture

Friday, May 1, 12 pm
Lower Fuller

The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department Presents: The Treatment of Tullio Lombardo's Adam: A New Approach to the Conservation of Monumental Marble Sculpture


Speakers: Carolyn Riccardelli and George Wheeler


Food will be provided!

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CollabLab Presents "The Future of Making Things Workshop"

Wednesday, Apr 29, 7 pm
Stratton Hall 203

The CollabLab Presents "The Future of Making Things Workshop". Learn Autodesk Fusion360, taught by an Application Engineer from Autodesk!

Please install AutodeskFusion360 on your laptop, and bring an external mouse!

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Superfan Slogan Competition!

Monday, Apr 13, All Day
Techsync Form

Want a chance to get your slogan on the back of all the superfan shirts?? Submit by Wednesday April 15th at 5pm

Good luck! 

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ITS presents: Don't Take the Bait

Wednesday, Apr 29, 12 pm
Mid- Century Room

Register Online!

Information Technology Services can help you avoid the hooks of phishing, email viruses, dangerous downloads, and other cyber scams.  Watch for our e-mailtips and visit us at our table in the Campus Centerfor more tips and treats!

Show someone a phish and they are safe for a day;

teach someone to avoid a phish and they are safe for a lifetime.

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A very particular set of skills- finding a scientific job

Monday, Apr 6, 4 pm
Biomanufacturing Education & Training Center (BETC), Gateway II, 50 Prescott Street, Suite 2400

Call 508-831-4879 to RSVP and leave a message




Making the transition from the world of school and research to the world of business can bejarring. I have seen this transition both as someone looking for a job and as a manager hiring newscientists into my group. I have found that there are a set of job seeking skills that new graduatesare frequently unfamiliar with. I...

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Harvesting Water from Fog in Morocco

Wednesday, Apr 8, 4 pm
Olin Hall 107

Jamila Bargach and Leslie Dodson, speaking about a unique fog water harvesting system in an arid, rural, economically depressed region of southwest Morocco.

On March 21, after 9 years of work planning, hauling equipment to the top of Mt. Boutmezguida, installing nets to harvest water from fog and measure the output, installing pipes to bring it down the mountain, managing cultural impediments, and empowering the women to manage the water system and the men to accept this role of...

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Accelerating the Northeast’s Energy Innovation Ecosystem

Wednesday, Apr 8, 5 pm
Higgins Lab 218

Peter Rothstein, President of the Northeast Clean Energy Council, will share perspectives on how the Northeast region can evolve as a leading center for cleantech innovation and a clean energy economy; on the areas of expertise needed for successful cleantech entrepreneurs; and on the implications for the evolving role of utilities, and for entrepreneurs in electricity grid modernization

*Refreshments Provided*


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Last day to register! Sustainability Competition! $200 Prize

Wednesday, Apr 8, All Day

Do you have an IQP, GPS, MQP, or any other project that is sustainability-themed?  Do you want to win $200?  Our 7th Annual Sustainability Project Competition takes place on 4/15/15 from 2-4 pm in Gordon Library.   Enter the competition!!  Check out this link for more info:

  To go directly to the link to register by...

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The Library presents: Book Talk & Author Signing

Thursday, Apr 16, 4 pm
Gordon Library, FLIP space (3rd floor)

Professor Emeritus of German David Dollenmayer will present a reading on Martin Walser’s autobiographical novel, A Gushing Fountain. Copies of the book will be available for signing and light refreshments will also be available.


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