Nathan Hartman is an active promoter of innovative problem-solving in the classroom, the research lab and in the wider world of industry, as his alma mater North Carolina State recently recounted.
The Indiana Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) has launched Pathways, a program designed to place the best and brightest high schoolers on job sites with the most high-profile manufacturing companies in the state. And it works: the Pathways have placed so many Hoosier engineers in full-time jobs that IN-MaC is expanding to more states.
PROSTEP, a vendor-neutral integration, migration, data exchange, and consulting solutions provider for PLM various industries, will deploy OpenPDM at Purdue’s Indiana Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC), which houses the Intelligent Manufacturing Testbed.
iBASEt, a software company that provides manufacturing operations management solutions for simplifying how complex products are built and maintained, announced a partnership with Purdue’s Indiana Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC).
Sascha Harrell, director of workforce development and education for Purdue’s Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC), and Purdue Polytechnic’s Greg Strimel are collaborating on the creation of a long-term research project intended to study how industry and education can work together to change children’s perceptions about careers in manufacturing.
Purdue Polytechnic faculty and students helped bring lessons in robotics and manufacturing to 150 area K-8 students during week-long summer camps.
The Indiana Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) and Honda Manufacturing of Indiana (HMIN) have partnered to create the HMIN Drives Dreams Pathway (HDDP) IN-MaC Design and Innovation Studio in Greensburg, Ind.
A unique partnership is helping get kids interested in robotics, manufacturing and programming while creating a pipeline of future talent for manufacturers in the Wabash Heartland Region. It’s also providing students in Purdue Polytechnic’s engineering/technology teacher education major with industry experience.
In partnership with Purdue Polytechnic and STEM Education Works, the Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) opened its Design and Innovation Studio at the Indiana Manufacturing Institute (IMI) in West Lafayette.
Robert L. Nida has joined the Indiana Next Generation Manufacturing Competitiveness Center (IN-MaC) as its education and workforce development director, effective April 17.