Thanks to Purdue Polytechnic’s multiple locations located throughout Indiana, students can reach their collegiate goals regardless of where they reside.
Construction of new classroom and lab space for Purdue Polytechnic workforce development programs in downtown Muncie, Ind., is progressing at the new Madjax facility.
Thirty high school students participated in “Purdue: Mission to Mars,” a day-long event at Purdue Polytechnic New Albany.
Purdue Polytechnic South Bend is collaborating with Indiana University South Bend on CareerMakers, a workforce development initiative to help businesses develop and maintain the workforces they need.
Northwest Indiana Business Magazine has named Purdue Polytechnic South Bend as the best university for a technology degree in the Greater South Bend / Michiana area.
Purdue Polytechnic Anderson and Purdue Polytechnic Richmond are collaborating to deliver courses in Muncie, Indiana, through a grant from the Ball Brothers Foundation.
A significant increase in daily train traffic in Columbus, Indiana, is inspiring Purdue Polytechnic students to create an app and website which could help area drivers avoid congestion on the roads.
Vice President Mike Pence visited Flagship East, home of Purdue Polytechnic Anderson, on Friday (September 22). The visit provided an opportunity to bring publicity to Purdue Polytechnic Anderson, including its educational mission, the new facility, and opportunities to create partnerships with local businesses.
Susan W. Brooks, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Indiana’s 5th district, visited Purdue Polytechnic Anderson’s new facility Monday (April 17). The congresswoman toured academic areas as well as the Maker Space, an area for fostering start-up companies.
Brooks noted the facility’s 3-D printing lab, CNC (computer numerical control) machines, metalworking equipment, and other tools available to students and entrepreneurs.