Jason Brier has done this before — a lot. He gives his name-age-major intro and the witty description of his southern Indiana hometown no one has heard of. It’s all part of being a student entrepreneur at Purdue University.
Purdue Polytechnic’s Sabine Brunswicker, an internationally recognized authority on open innovation, understands the highly complex challenges that stand in the way of using the data to solve societal problems or generate life-enhancing tools.
Gozdem Kilaz speaks with infectious enthusiasm. One of her alternative-fuel research projects — which is among several within the college — involves a patent-pending technology
that promises broad impact relatively soon.
Purdue University is planning and designing a charter high school in Indianapolis, and the Purdue Polytechnic Institute is leading the project.
Study in state-of-the-art labs
Visual Effects lab: first university in the country with a LightCraft Previzion System
Students produce videos with Hollywood-like production values right on campus. It's an educational experience matching what is used in industry — rather than one which only approximates what graduates might see on the job.
For Dewand Neely, working in the public sector started as a way to build his resume, but soon turned into a true love for public service.
If you work at the International Space Station and you suddenly realize your toolbox doesn’t have the ratchet wrench you need, what do you do? You break out the 3-D printer and print one.
Abhishek Balaji doesn’t believe in working at a work-life balance.
Mikaela Caron embraces the learn-by-doing instinctively as a mechanical engineering technology major.
Your time at Purdue gives you some of the most memorable and valuable experiences of your life. It shapes who you are and how you contribute to the world long after you leave campus.