The first students who participated in Purdue Polytechnic’s advanced global technology minor praised the program for how it opened their eyes to international cultures.
Purdue Polytechnic has introduced a new minor, advanced global technology, that will help students apply different cultural perspectives in both personal and professional settings.
Angello Vindrola is the first graduate of a double degree program between Purdue Polytechnic and the Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología (UTEC) in Lima, Perú.
A team of students from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) visited Purdue University for a week during a semester-long collaboration with students in AT 49000, an international capstone course in Purdue Polytechnic’s School of Aviation and Transportation Technology.
Brian Norton, president of Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), praised the partnership between Purdue and DIT during a visit to West Lafayette this week.
The Purdue Polytechnic Institute has created an intercultural certification program for its students.
In the first Purdue University commencement staged in Africa, 22 students received their Master of Science in Technology Leadership and Innovation in Moshi, Tanzania. The degree, with a concentration in biotechnology innovation and regulatory science (BIRS), is offered through the Purdue Polytechnic Institute and its Center for Professional Studies.
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.
International partnerships are the latest in a growing network that will provide immersive, exciting global opportunities for Purdue Polytechnic students and faculty.
A student-led project in the School of Construction Management Technology will bring more reliable electricity to a Nicaraguan health care facility by way of solar power.