Bryan Hubbard and Kyubyung Kang are offering a new degree concentration for students in Construction Management Technology. Infrastructure Construction Management provides students with opportunities to understand construction in transportation and industrial systems.
Fan Yang, a student going for her doctorate in construction management technology, has had a wild, years-long journey to get to America. Now that she's at Purdue, she not only has a story to share; she's here to learn.
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.
Hubo Cai, interim head of Purdue Polytechnic's School of Construction Management Technology, won the American Society of Civil Engineers' foremost award for groundbreaking research on 3D location tracking on construction sites.
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.
Bryan Hubbard, professor of construction management, is one of two Purdue Polytechnic faculty to win 2023's Murphy Award, signifying excellence in teaching. Learn more about how he got to where he is today.
Purdue Polytechnic’s Bryan Hubbard developed a new heat exchanger technology to improve the thermal performance of industrial water-cooling towers. His new patented concept introduces a static electric charge into the plastic film pack media, which has the potential to increase the overall efficiency of power plants.
Purdue Polytechnic and the College of Engineering celebrated the dedication of Dudley and Lambertus Halls, the Engineering & Polytechnic Gateway Complex. The state-of-the-art $140 million complex, built during the last three years, opened in January 2023. It is now home to new laboratories for the Polytechnic’s School of Construction Management Technology, School of Engineering Technology, Department of Computer and Information Technology and Department of Computer Graphics Technology, plus faculty offices and numerous labs and offices for the College of Engineering.