Purdue University's Undergraduate Research Expo for fall 2023 highlighted substantial efforts in Purdue Polytechnic, with participation from 31 undergraduate students and 24 faculty and graduate mentors.
Purdue Polytechnic recently hosted a dedication for its new smart manufacturing labs, designed to prepare students for the factory of the future. Engineering technology majors have already begun shaping new curriculum around these state-of-the-art facilities.
Purdue Polytechnic's School of Engineering Technology will dedicate four smart manufacturing facilities, the biggest learning ecosystem for future-focused manufacturing in the United States.
The CHIPS Act has spurred on big changes at Purdue Polytechnic. Professors and students are coming together in the engineering technology department to discover how America can re-shore its semiconductor industry.
Through a collaborative agreement between Purdue and Germany’s Reutlingen University, students can earn two master’s degrees simultaneously: a master of science in engineering technology from Purdue and a master of science in digital industrial management and engineering from Reutlingen.
The company Anu, founded by two Purdue Polytechnic engineering technology alumni, received funding to manufacture seed pods. These pods are part of a larger invention that will bring gardens and personal-sized greenhouses for edible produce into peoples' homes.
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.
James Tanoos, a Purdue Polytechnic professor with many years of practical expertise in the global supply chain, won the best presenter award at the 2nd World Conference on Mechanical Engineering (WCME).
Anne Lucietto from Purdue Polytechnic's School of Engineering Technology has teamed up with a wide range of researchers to investigate disparities between African American student enrollment in engineering technology compared to other demographic groups. Lucietto was awarded nearly $300,000 by the National Science Foundation to undertake the project.