Over 150 students from Purdue Polytechnic Institute are enrolled this spring in the Purdue Polytechnic Leadership Academy, which prepares students to develop leadership competencies needed for career success in the 21st century.
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.
A team of Purdue University students and their professor placed first at a recent international standards simulation competition.
Students in the engineering/technology teacher education program won two awards at the Midwest Regional Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) competition at Illinois State University in Normal October 28-29.
“Our students in leadership are learning how to solve society’s wicked problems,” says Brett Crawford, assistant professor of technology leadership and innovation.
A Purdue University agronomy professor and an aeronautical engineering technology student joined an international team of researchers to explore a new use for unmanned aerial vehicles.
The Purdue Alumnus followed six Purdue Petes to mascot camp this fall, including two who are students in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute.
Purdue University senior Miranda Lung admits to being surprised by how much she has been learning in her internship at Lafayette, Indiana-based Wabash National Corp. She is majoring in computer and information technology.
Bryan Miller designed an innovative thermoelectric grilling system which requires no external power supply as part of a senior design project at Purdue Polytechnic Kokomo.
A lifelong love of board games is leading to a business opportunity for Purdue University senior Sean Sullivan.