Purdue partnership leads to improved response to domestic violence by South Korean police

Eric Dietz, professor of computer and information technology, was working to provide new opportunities for graduate students when he hosted Hyun Gun Song, the superintendent of South Korean police, in Greater Lafayette. This evolved into a partnership that has helped agencies in South Korea improve how they handle domestic violence calls.

Polytechnic’s Engineering-Technology Teacher Education program brings friendly STEM competition to Indiana schools

Purdue Polytechnic’s Engineering-Technology Teacher Education program (ETTE), Ivy Tech Community College and Vincennes University are teaming with Michigan-based Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow (LIFT) to create enthusiasm for STEM careers among middle and high school students with an online challenge called MakerMinded.

Purdue, Cranfield partner to offer degrees supporting U.S. Dept. of Defense

Two of Purdue University’s 10 academic colleges, the Polytechnic Institute and the College of Engineering, are partnering with Cranfield University, a United Kingdom-based university focused on technology and management, to offer a suite of graduate-level education programs that will support the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD).

Purdue, CADENAS PARTsolutions partner to enhance student learning of parts management technology with CAD and PLM systems

The Department of Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue University has partnered with CADENAS PARTsolutions to implement their Strategic Parts Management (SPM) software to expose students to industry-leading technology and real-world applications for careers in design engineering.