Purdue Polytechnic South Bend hosted a week-long camp in June aimed at middle school girls to interest them in STEM subjects.
"We're not trying to fight nature but work with nature," Bill Hutzel, professor of mechanical engineering technology, told WLFI.
Purdue University is known for providing a world-class college education in the STEM disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. But it’s now looking to do the same in the high school arena.
Watch and read the full story on WLFI.
Michael Leasure is a member of a Purdue University research team conducting research aimed at producing superior strains of sorghum suitable for growing as a biofuel.
The Purdue Polytechnic Institute at New Albany has partnered with the Renaissance Academy in Clarksville, Indiana, to help promote STEM subjects to high school students.
Purdue University and Marion County leaders share a common concern: the unacceptably small number of Indianapolis low-income and minority students who have the opportunity to succeed in college. IPS high school SAT scores paint a compelling picture of how ill-prepared this student population is to pursue a college education.
In eight years at the Statehouse, Mitch Daniels was an enthusiastic supporter of charter schools, but he’s likely done more to advance Indiana’s charter movement as president of Purdue University than he ever did as governor.
Read the full editorial from the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels, the former Indiana governor, has a problem: not enough Indianapolis Public Schools students graduate with the skills to thrive at his school.
His solution? Open a charter school in Indianapolis that can serve as a direct pipeline delivering more well-qualified IPS students to the West Lafayette university.
Read the full story on Chalkbeat.
Purdue University and Red Hat Inc., the world's leading open-source solutions, are collaborating to create a two-year doctoral research position for Discovery Park's Research Center for Open Digital Innovation.
John Wensveen provides some insight into Aviation Technology's plans for expansion in the next few years.