Rolls-Royce is the first partner on the runway with Purdue Research Foundation in the recently established Purdue Research Park Aerospace District in West Lafayette, officials announced Wednesday (Sept. 23).
"This is either going to be a great lesson, or I’m going to face plant in the middle of the hallway," Mark French told the photo editor of the Purdue Exponent.
John Wensveen, professor and head of the Department of Aviation Technology in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute, has been invited to speak at the Workshop on Education and Training Needs for Aviation Engineers and Researchers in Europe Sept. 23, in Brussels, Belgium.
The Science Bound program at Purdue University is now part of the Purdue Polytechnic Institute and has been renamed Purdue Bound. The program had been part of the Provost’s Office.
Purdue Polytechnic Anderson and the Flagship Enterprise Center will celebrate the future of higher education in the region on Tuesday (Sept. 15) during a groundbreaking for Purdue Polytechnic Anderson’s headquarters.
Purdue University is named among the top five institutions to offer a cyber forensics program.
Purdue’s Polytechnic Indianapolis High School, which is scheduled to open its doors in the fall of 2017, is bringing active learning into its STEM-based education.
Brooke Huntington, assistant dean for K-12 outreach for the Polytechnic High School, told a story of her high school calculus class.
Doctoral student Rachel Sitarz was named one of two winners in the inaugural Women in Security Awards, sponsored by Duo Security.
Sitarz is working toward her PhD in cyber forensics at Purdue University in the Department of Computer and Information Technology. She also works full-time for Purdue, analyzing the threats that are coming into their networks.
She was honored, in part, for her ability as a researcher to “produce results that have real-world implications.”
The Columbus Republic highlighted changes in Austin Creasy’s mechanical engineering technology classrooms in its August 21 edition.
Creasy is incorporating many elements of the Polytechnic learning environment as the Purdue Polytechnic Institute location continues to transform with the rest of the college.
A new training program run by the Region 4 Workforce Board and Purdue Polytechnic Institute Lafayette, in collaboration with local manufacturers, is designed to prepare people who’ve been out of work for months for stable, assembly line positions.
The program, called Rapid Reemployment for Advanced Manufacturing Positions (RAMP), is funded by a $7.6 million, four-year grant from the U.S. Department of Labor.