A team of five engineering technology students will compete in the international Xplore Automation competition sponsored by Phoenix Contact (Germany) March 5-6, in Bad Pyrmont, Germany.
The Purdue University Flight Team qualified for the national Safety Conference (SAFECON) competition after placing third in the Region Eight flight meet last fall. Sponsored by the National Intercollegiate Flying Association (NIFA), SAFECON will take place May 11-16 at Ohio State University in Columbus.
The senior capstone course for School of Engineering Technology students has grown from three projects in its first year to 33 in its current and third year. The college plans to create similar experiences for seniors in its other departments, and they will look to this course's success as a model for implementation
The world was watching as Craig Lewis worked toward a very strict building deadline during his 2014 summer internship with Skanska in New York City. Skanska was in charge of one part of the renovation of the United Nations General Assembly, and it needed to be done by the opening of the 69th session Sept. 16. And as if the convergence of world leaders to the job site was not stressful enough, Lewis had to deal with a sudden promotion halfway through the job.
To provide students with better access to engineering technology processes, John Piller built 15 programmable logic controller (PLC) trainer stations for use at three College of Technology locations.
Glen Acres Elementary School students in Lafayette, Indiana, will have a new sport to play during recess thanks to a group from Purdue University.
Students from the Department of Building Construction Management in the College of Technology spent the afternoon Oct. 2 building a Gaga dodge ball pit.
It could be Tré Bennett’s big break. More than 3 million people were watching the NBC broadcast of Purdue’s football game against Notre Dame Sept. 13, when the Purdue University commercial that Bennett worked on aired.