Nine graduates of the Purdue Polytechnic Institute at Purdue University will be recognized during two award ceremonies Friday, April 21.
Scott Bartholomew has been named an Emerging Leader by ITEEA.
Two Purdue Polytechnic students will be honored at the ITEEA 2017 Conference in March for their scholarship within the field and leadership potential.
ProSTAR has been nationally recognized as a Bronze Medal winner for marketing rebranding through the University Professionals in Continuing and Online Education Association (UPCEA).
Brett Crawford, assistant professor of technology leadership and innovation, received the 2016 AMD Best Reviewer Award from the the Academy of Management.
Winners are determined by the journal’s editorial board, who commented, “Brett’s reviews are very clear and to the point, capture very well AMD’s mission and focus on the most substantive issues.”
After 40 years of teaching, Wes Crawford is being honored for his commitment to education and the construction industry. He will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) at their annual meeting in April 2017 in Seattle.
Seven Purdue Polytechnic Institute professors received a Seed for Success Award during the recent Excellence in Research Awards dinner. Seed for Success recipients are principal investigators and co-investigators who received an award of at least $1 million during the preceding fiscal year.
A team of Purdue University students and their professor placed first at a recent international standards simulation competition.
Students in the engineering/technology teacher education program won two awards at the Midwest Regional Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) competition at Illinois State University in Normal October 28-29.
Adam Kirby, who graduated with a PhD in Technology in May, was honored for his research at the recent IEEE Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security.
Kirby’s paper titled “Active Shooter Mitigation for Gun-Free Zones” placed second among all papers in the Attack and Disaster Preparation, Recovery, and Response category. The category had more than 30 entrants from around the world.