Dustin Weisner started his Purdue career after serving four years in the military. He was 24.
With an average of more than 650 students enrolled across his classes, Professor Craig Miller says his daily email inbox was nearly insuperable.
The professor of computer graphics technology used to spend hours at a time responding to hundreds of homework and course housekeeping questions, such as how to access the CATIA CAD software suite or when certain assignments were due.
Computer viruses and malware are obsolete scams for the latest wave of increasingly aggressive computer criminals, says a top cyber forensics expert at Purdue University.
Marcus Rogers, director of Purdue's Cyber Forensics Lab, said past reports of cyber attacks - allegedly by foreign nations - have opened the floodgates for computer criminals to launch their own illegal efforts.
Purdue University promises a transformative education with its new charter school in Indianapolis. But can the institution find a leader to live up to that reputation?
Purdue announced last week it would begin a search for the "head of school" at Purdue Polytechnic Indianapolis High School, a charter school that will provide graduates with direct admission to the West Lafayette campus in an effort to increase the university's enrollment of first-generation, low-income students.
WLFI, the West Lafayette CBS affiliate, talked with John Wensveen, head of the School of Aviation and Transportation Technology, after the October 2015 Purdue Board of Trustees meeting to discuss the new name of his academic unit.
Purdue University researchers will tackle several alternative energy-related projects for the U.S. Navy and develop a power and energy course through a grant of nearly $3 million from the Office of Naval Research.
The list of majors available in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute has jumped from 11 to 36 in just one year.
Purdue Polytechnic New Albany students have designed and built a modern version of a medieval weapon called a trebuchet. The ultimate goal?
When Clark Cory, an associate professor of computer graphics technology, fell 16 feet on a job site, landed on his head and broke his back, he realized leaving construction and teaching full-time might be his best bet.
Janeth Vargas is one of five women chosen to be featured in a nationwide campaign to support Latinas in Technology. The media campaign and support program is aimed at engaging Latinas and their families in discussions about careers in technology.