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Purdue University has partnered with the Merck Foundation to offer a master’s degree in Tanzania aimed at improving access to quality medicines and increasing life expectancy for citizens in...
Published: December 05, 2014
The PLM Center at Purdue University is again offering its wildly popular PLM Certificate Program Courses beginning January 12, 2015. The PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) Certificate Program is...
Published: December 02, 2014
Stephen R. Byrn, Ph.D., is Charles B. Jordan Professor of Medicinal Chemistry in the Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy at Purdue University. He was instrumental in helping create the...
Published: December 02, 2014
As perhaps do a number of you, I tend to read a lot; I’m sort of nerdy from that perspective. Recently I was reading a book on moving forward when negative things happen to you. As I am sure most of...
Published: December 02, 2014
Cheryl Files graduated from the MS in Technology (leadership) program in 2014. She is a clerk in the Office of the Bursar at Purdue University. We asked her to reflect on her experiences with the...
Published: December 02, 2014
Alka Harriger, professor of computer and information technology, has been teaching software development courses in the Purdue University Department of Computer and Information Technology since 1982....
Published: December 02, 2014
The 12th annual TechPride Golf Scramble raised $8,500 to support student scholarships in the college. Twenty-one teams of alumni, friends, faculty, staff and students participated. Scramble...
Published: December 01, 2014
We want to share your updates other Technology alumni as well. Submit your class note on the Purdue Alumni web site. 1968 Dan Cunningham (ID), Indianapolis, retired as president and COO of...
Published: December 01, 2014
Education has always been important to Fred Klipsch. It was important in 1964 when, as a Purdue graduate, he was the first in his family to earn a college degree. And it was special in the 1990s...
Published: December 01, 2014
Hear from computer graphics technology students and instructors about their degree program at  Purdue University's College of Technology in New Albany. From 3D animation to Web design and film...
Published: November 24, 2014
Tim Ropp, clinical associate professor of aviation technology, talked with Indianapolis' Fox 59 recently for a story about child safety seats and airplanes. “It is common sense,” one safety...
Published: November 24, 2014
Purdue PLM part of digital manufacturing institute announced Feb 25, 2014 by President Obama PDES, INC. PRESS RELEASE – SEPTEMBER 5, 2014 PDES, Inc. Launches New Structure and Strategies to...
Published: November 20, 2014
Two College of Technology professors were honored by Purdue Research Foundation at the tenth annual Inventors Recognition Reception Nov. 18. Honorees were recognized for receiving a patent...
Published: November 19, 2014
Baijian Yang, associate professor of computer and information technology, received his PhD from Michigan State University with a focus on networking and distributed computing. Before coming to Purdue...
Published: November 18, 2014
Three professors at Purdue College of Technology South Bend are teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) classes for Bittersweet Elementary’s Bittersweet University....
Published: November 17, 2014
Michael Dyrenfurth, professor of technology leadership and innovation, will participate in a National Academy of Engineering (NAE) fact-finding workshop on engineering education November 19. The...
Published: November 14, 2014
While college graduates who had on-the-job training or an internship double their odds of being fully engaged at work, only one in three students actually had these important experiences, according...
Published: November 13, 2014
Purdue University has a grand mission in Southern Indiana. As director of Purdue's College of Technology at New Albany, Andrew Takami recognizes his challenge and welcomes turning on many more to...
Published: November 11, 2014
Two Purdue University College of Technology professors have been instrumental in expanding the Phoenix Contact Nanoline Contest for middle and high school students to new regions of the country....
Published: November 03, 2014
"I was given work that I had no idea how to do," first-year student Peter Starr candidly admitted to 150 faculty and staff. "After a while, I realized that was the whole point. It forced me to go...
Published: November 03, 2014

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