The Purdue Homeland Security Institute was established in response to the events of September 11, 2001 with the charter to help our nation prevent, protect, respond and recover from any threat or action taken against our homeland. Today, we fully embrace the principles outlined in the National Response Framework as we work daily to identify and confront the myriad of homeland security challenges our nation faces. We then pursue solutions using the power of inter-disciplinary discovery, learning, and engagement here at Purdue University and apply that knowledge across the State of Indiana and the nation.
Purdue Homeland Security Institute
Knoy Hall of Technology, Room 255
401 N. Grant Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907