The inaugural Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Prep Course offered by the Purdue Polytechnic Institute is accepting enrollment applications for a six-day, on-site class designed for information security professionals interested in mastering hacking technologies.
Purdue Polytechnic South Bend is collaborating with Indiana University South Bend on CareerMakers, a workforce development initiative to help businesses develop and maintain the workforces they need.
Mark French‘s effort to help mechanical engineering technology students understand challenging mathematical concepts has blossomed into a popular YouTube channel with hundreds of videos and millions of views. This spring, the channel earned its 30,000th subscriber.
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) announced a new master's degree program in Expeditionary Warfare Systems Engineering and Technology will be offered at the WestGate Academy Conference and Training Center in Crane, Indiana, home of courses, seminars, and workshops offered by Purdue Polytechnic.
Geanie Umberger has been appointed associate dean for engagement in the College of Technology and clinical professor in the Department of Technology Leadership and Innovation.
Professors John Finnegan and Richard Kopp are helping to archive digital stories from tornado victims in southern Indiana as part of a larger project to preserve memories and help those impacted in their long-term recovery.
Clark, Washington and Jefferson counties in Indiana were hit by tornadoes March 2, 2012.
James Mohler, Ph.D., has been appointed associate dean for academic affairs and diversity for the College of Technology. He had been serving in the position on an interim basis since the fall of 2011. He is also a professor of computer graphics technology. He earned his bachelor's degree in technical graphics, his master of science in technology and his doctorate in education, all from Purdue University.