Fred Klipsch, a 1964 alumnus with a bachelor’s degree in industrial education and a 2007 honorary doctorate in technology, has been selected to serve in the National Space Council’s new Users Advisory Group.
Justin Myers, assistant principal of Maconaquah Middle School, graduated from Purdue University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in computer integrated manufacturing technology (CIMT). He began his career in the technology sector but soon realized that his job lacked the social interaction aspect of working with people that he enjoyed. He returned to Purdue to combine his tech talents with his people skills and graduated with a second bachelor’s degree in engineering/technology teacher education (ETTE).
“Building Indiana” recently spotlighted several women in the state’s construction industry, including three who have ties to the Polytechnic Institute.
The 2017 Tech Pride Golf Scramble, held September 29 at the Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex’s Ackerman-Allen Course, raised $12,000 for Purdue Polytechnic student scholarships. Eighteen full teams with 72 golfers attended.
The Richmond High School Alumni Association recently received a gift of $10,000 for a scholarship for students reserved for Richmond High School graduates planning to attend Purdue Polytechnic Richmond in fall 2017.
Distinguished alumni of the Purdue Polytechnic Institute and College of Technology will be honored in ceremonies today (April 21).
Three alumni of Purdue Polytechnic’s computer graphics program are seeing their film work being honored across several awards programs this spring.
The home building market is ripe for an innovation revolution, and CG Visions in Lafayette, Indiana, is poised to take advantage of it. The four partners of CG Visions all graduated from the computer graphics technology program in Purdue's College of Technology.