On November 1, Purdue honored six professors from Purdue Polytechnic, the university’s college for technology, with Seed for Success Acorn Awards.
In addition to a vast array of improved lab facilities, Purdue Polytechnic will be adding over a dozen entirely new ones for the coming academic year. All are designed to help students keep pace with "technology's rapid evolution."
Purdue Polytechnic Institute, the university’s college for technology disciplines, will launch 10 majors at the newley-established Purdue University Indianapolis in fall 2024.
Purdue Polytechnic’s alumni board has undergone a great deal of change lately, spinning up activities alongside a host of new members.
Read about the plethora of award-winning faculty and staff within the Polytechnic Institute, Purdue University's college for innovation in technology.
Addie Rose, Ethan Clark, Matthew Wair and Kaitlyn Jurgens, students at Purdue Polytechnic Richmond, redesigned a municipal park for a computer graphics technology capstone project.
Andrew Kennedy, technical director at Stereo D and a graduate of Purdue Polytechnic’s computer graphics technology program (BS ’12, MS ’14), developed custom software that allowed artists to specify colorization data in a black-and-white movie clips and then intelligently apply that data to subsequent clips.