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 from 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.
A Peruvian university that Purdue’s College of Technology helped create celebrated its opening in December 2014.
The Department of Aviation Technology is set to begin offering aviation-related bachelor's degrees in Qatar by Fall 2017 after the Purdue University Board of Trustees approved the proposal July 18.
From its sleek computer labs to spacious interior to students slaving over lines of code, there is little to distinguish Tecnologia Superior University’s (TECSUP) campus from that of a modern American university. But that doesn’t mean its students aren’t excited about visiting one.
This week, 22 students and three faculty members from TECSUP campuses in Lima and Arequipa, Peru, will learn what Purdue University is all about as they arrive in West Lafayette to continue a nearly five-year relationship between the schools.
A College of Technology partnership with a Peruvian university is expanding from annual exchange trips to the creation of a new engineering curriculum.
In January 2012, the leaders of TECSUP asked the College of Technology to help them create a new university, focused on applied engineering, that would help South American residents complete their five-year engineering degrees. The new University of Engineering and Technology will be known as UTEC.