Seven Westford Students Graduate From WPI

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) began its 148th Commencement celebrations with the graduate students’ ceremony recently, awarding 739 master’s and doctoral degrees. This was WPI’s first-ever graduate commencement, a reflection of the growing stature of its graduate programs, which have expanded substantially-in size, diversity, and international recognition.

Matthew Beardsley of Westford, Mass., was awarded a master of science degree in robotics engineering.

907 bachelor’s degrees were awarded during the university’s 148th commencement ceremony.

John Breen of Westford, Mass., was awarded a bachelor of science degree in computer science with distinction.

Lukas Hunker of Westford, Mass., was awarded a bachelor of science degree in computer science with high distinction.

Peter DiMaggio of Westford, Mass., was awarded a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering with distinction.

Kurt Naugler of Westford, Mass., was awarded a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering with distinction.

Jessie Johnson of Westford, Mass., was awarded a bachelor of science degree in robotics engineering with distinction.

Matthew Beardsley of Westford, Mass., was awarded a bachelor of science degree in robotics engineering with high distinction.