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The Pipistrel Sinus aircraft at the Purdue University Airport
Staff from the Purdue Polytechnic Institute’s School of Aviation and Transportation Technology (SATT) collaborated with aircraft manufacturer Pipistrel and the Federal Aviation...
Published: June 05, 2020
Richard Voyles
In April, a faculty review committee consisting of the Purdue Polytechnic Institute’s named professors met under the direction of Carrie Berger, associate dean for research, to review...
Published: June 05, 2020
Greg Strimel
Greg Strimel, assistant professor of engineering/technology teacher education, was recognized by Purdue Student Life as Advisor of the Year for his work with TEECA (Technology Engineering Education...
Published: May 12, 2020
A version of Tyvek, the synthetic, waterproof material shown here on a home under construction, can be made into isolation gowns.
Makers, the volunteer group of Purdue faculty, staff and students that have been manufacturing hospital-grade personal protective equipment (PPE), is looking for volunteers to ...
Published: May 12, 2020
Hayley Grisez (front, center)
Hayley Grisez, a rising sophomore studying engineering/technology teacher education (ETTE) in the Department of Technology, Leadership & Innovation, was honored with Purdue Student Life...
Published: May 05, 2020
Mark Zimpfer
When COVID-19 caused the shutdown of college campuses across the country, Purdue professors stepped up their remote teaching game. Instructional videos would, of course, be essential, but where...
Published: April 29, 2020
Students from Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) Region 9 using virtual reality forklift simulation in the HMIN Drives Dreams Pathway with HMIN’s Brandon Parker.
The technology sector of U.S. employment has been experiencing a shortage of employees for years. Simply put, there are not enough workers in technology fields to fill all the job openings....
Published: April 28, 2020
The GroPod under-counter appliance
During World War II, many homes across the globe supplemented their war rations with food they grew in their yards, in what would become known as “victory gardens.” Today, during our...
Published: April 27, 2020