Jim Remick designated the Purdue Foundation as a beneficiary in his life insurance policy, and his unique gift supports the Jim and Sheli Remick Endowment.
Gary and Ada Bertoline, recognizing a need for financial aid for students in the college, established the Bertoline Family Scholarship.
The Dr. Mary Sadowski Diversity Program Fund, which will be fully endowed through a deferred gift of her life insurance policy, will support programming and recruitment for a diverse pool of applicants to the Polytechnic.
Two scholarships established by Thomas J. (HDR ’08 TECH; MS ’65 ECE; BS ’64 ECE) and M. Judith Sheehan are benefitting Purdue Polytechnic students.
The family and friends of Scott A Notary, a construction management technology student who died weeks before his 2013 graduation, have created a scholarship in his memory.
A new endowed scholarship at Purdue Polytechnic Columbus honors the late Helen and Adrian Minnick, who were active in promoting both educational and community initiatives.
Financial support by R.E. Dimond and Associates, an Indianapolis-based engineering consulting firm, is benefiting learning-in-context curricula in Purdue Polytechnic’s Applied Energy Lab, which is directed by Bill Hutzel, professor of mechanical engineering technology.
The faculty and staff of Purdue’s School of Aviation Technology unveiled the newly dedicated William "Will" T. Goshorn bench in the Niswonger Aviation Technology Building at the Purdue University Airport on April 22.
The Department of Aviation Technology recently received a donated Allison 250 turboshaft engine from Rolls-Royce for use in its aeronautical engineering technology (AET) program. The engine is used in a variety of helicopters and fixed-wing airplanes.
Purdue instructors are currently training four disabled student pilots as part of the Able Flight program that has helped dozens of disabled pilots solo and earn sport pilot certificates. The aviation technology department will host representatives of companies such as Republic Airways, Envoy Air, General Electric, and Directional Aviation Capital for an open brainstorming forum. Aviation industry entrepreneur, executive and investor Kenneth C. Ricci is buying a specially-equipped Sky Arrow L600 to help Purdue expand the program, which is limited in part by the need to lease the lightweight planes in which the students train.