The Purdue Exponent highlighted four women researchers in the STEM disciplines, including Purdue Polytechnic’s Nicoletta Adamo-Villani, as part of their Women’s History Month coverage.
Adamo-Villani is a professor of computer graphics technology. Her work focuses on creating avatars to help teach mathematics to deaf children using sign language and studying uses of mixed reality.
A group of Purdue University students have developed Socio, a social media application that revolutionizes the way people connect by introducing the “digital handshake.”
People can see an alert system for school lockdowns and a power chair for toddlers with neurological disorders among the original projects competing in the Midwest Regionals for the 2016 Phoenix Contact Nanoline Contest at Purdue University.
Two Purdue professional flight majors are being praised for their roles in helping Marion Municipal Airport become 2015 Indiana Airport of the Year.
Second Harvest Food Bank has a constant need for fresh vegetables, and students at Purdue Polytechnic Anderson are working on a plan to help produce more of it locally year round.
Andrea Fay Barber-Dansby, continuing lecturer of technology leadership and innovation at Purdue Polytechnic Anderson, received the Beckham Award from the Anderson Madison County NAACP. The award is the most prestigious offered by the organization. It is awarded to someone who exemplifies long-term dedication and accomplishments in the community.
High school students were able to coordinate their own Mars Rover expeditions during the annual Day in College event at Purdue Polytechnic New Albany.
"Purdue: Mission to Mars" was offered to students in southeast Indiana and neighboring Kentucky counties to introduce them to the subjects and learning environment offered at Purdue Polytechnic New Albany.
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.