Purdue Polytechnic New Albany is educating the entrepreneurs of the future by teaching students how to take an idea, create a cutting-edge product and market it to the world.
A lifelong love of board games is leading to a business opportunity for Purdue University senior Sean Sullivan.
Jason Brier has done this before — a lot. He gives his name-age-major intro and the witty description of his southern Indiana hometown no one has heard of. It’s all part of being a student entrepreneur at Purdue University.
Like so many inventors, Andrew Schnobrich simply wanted to solve a problem that was vexing him. As a guitar player, Schnobrich often struggles with tuning his guitar and then keeping it in tune. He is not alone.
A startup company co-founded by Purdue Polytechnic graduate students has received funding from the Elevate Purdue Foundry Fund.
A group of Purdue University students have developed Socio, a social media application that revolutionizes the way people connect by introducing the “digital handshake.”
One of the team winners of the BoilerMake Hackathon created their invention with Halloween weekend in mind.
Eleven undergraduate and graduate students, including two from Purdue Polytechnic Institute, have been selected for the first cohort of the Burton D. Morgan Fellowship Program, a student-driven initiative focused on thought leadership, mentorship and community building.
Spotter, a startup founded by two students in the Department of Computer and Information Technology, took top honors and $5,000 during "Demo Day" at the second annual Boiler Mini-Accelerator Competition.
The Purdue University College of Technology at New Albany has created a first-of-its-kind entrepreneurial program, thanks in part to a recent faculty grant from VentureWell.