Students from Purdue University were handpicked to experience the international RSA Conference, an academic and networking event focused on cybersecurity.
Mat Sutton, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Technology Leadership and Innovation. He received the 2015 Dwyer Award for Undergraduate Teaching in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute. Students select the award winners.
A group of Purdue University students have developed Socio, a social media application that revolutionizes the way people connect by introducing the “digital handshake.”
Student leaders are planning an aviation celebration April 16 at the Purdue University Airport, and the world is invited.
Two Purdue professional flight majors are being praised for their roles in helping Marion Municipal Airport become 2015 Indiana Airport of the Year.
Purdue University has been chosen as one of the partner schools for Cessna’s 2016 Top Hawk program.
Susie Scarbeck’s majors and campus activities seem to be perfectly aligned.
Scarbeck is pursuing majors in organizational leadership and engineering/technology teacher education, and she is interested in development and talent management. She has gained plenty of real-world experience as a resident assistant in McCutcheon residence hall. For example, in TLI 25400 (Leading Change In Technology Organizations), she learned about managing transitions.
Several construction management students and two professors traveled to Managua, Nicaragua, over the 2015 Thanksgiving break to install solar panels on a healthcare clinic for retirees.
The trip was the culmination of more than a year of planning by students and their advisors.
Second Harvest Food Bank has a constant need for fresh vegetables, and students at Purdue Polytechnic Anderson are working on a plan to help produce more of it locally year round.
Computer graphics technology students from Purdue University offered their solution to distracted driving due to smartphone use during a recent competition sponsored by Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE).