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.
Purdue Polytechnic's James Tanoos turned the tables on his students this semester by giving them the opportunity to be consultants. Students got to use their expertise learned in class and beyond to help two businesses, by and for Boilermakers, persistently pursue their goals with the latest strategic approaches.
While sidelined by an automobile accident for a few months, Danielle Render, a Purdue graduate who double-majored in organizational leadership and multidisciplinary engineering, transformed her “side hustle,” a clothing design hobby, into a growing full-time business.
Chloe Chamberlain, a 2020 graduate of Purdue Polytechnic’s organizational leadership program, founded Balance Athletica, a Colorado apparel company, with her sister and brother-in-law.
Nishant Jain and Thibault Corens, graduates of Purdue Polytechnic’s School of Engineering Technology, are offering Presso, a vending machine-like device for dry cleaning garments, to television and film production companies like Disney/Marvel, HBO, CBS and FOX.
Nishant Jain and Thibault Corens, graduates of Purdue Polytechnic’s School of Engineering Technology, are developing Presso, a vending machine-like device for dry cleaning garments.
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Scott Massey, a 2017 graduate of Purdue Polytechnic’s mechanical engineering technology program and CEO of Heliponix LLC, traveled to a small country in Africa to help residents create sustainable agriculture methods.
Dakota Welker, a member of the first graduating class of Purdue Polytechnic Anderson’s new building, has big things ahead of him, according to Corey Sharp, director of Purdue Polytechnic Anderson.
During a recent cold snap in Indiana, Scott Massey was at an area hardware store buying a significant supply of seeds. The incredulous cashier questioned his purchase since most home gardeners won’t start buying their garden seeds for a few more months.