College Receives NSF Grant to Redesign, Launch Project-Based Learning Curriculum
Benjamin Franklin Cummings Institute of Technology announced that it has received funds from the National Science Foundation (NSF) EPIIC grant to redesign and launch its project-based learning model across the college’s various educational programs.
Low Vision Day Event Features Helpful Vision Tools and Inspiring Opticianry Grad Story
Franklin Cummings Tech’s Opticianry program this week hosted a special Low Vision Day event for students from the Carroll Center for the Blind, featuring a guided sensory tour of our campus, a demonstration of devices and instruments to aid low-vision individuals by a representative from Eschenbach, and a talk by Franklin Cummings Tech Opticianry alumni Adam Estapa, a legally blind dispensing optician and business owner.
Renewable Energy and Clean Tech Career Day
Our third Renewable Energy and Clean Tech Career Day was a high-energy event that brought 74 high school students to the college to learn about careers in “clean tech” fields like wind and solar energy generation technology, electric vehicle technology, and smart building technology.