Purdue Polytechnic recently hosted a dedication for its new smart manufacturing labs, designed to prepare students for the factory of the future. Engineering technology majors have already begun shaping new curriculum around these state-of-the-art facilities.
Purdue Polytechnic's CREATE lab has partnered with Flexjet, Inc. to create AeroSphere—an aviation facility providing students with a world-class education in aircraft maintenance and upkeep.
Luigi Dy, a doctoral student in Purdue Polytechnic, was awarded by the Transportation Research Board based in Washington, D.C. for his work in preventing incursions on aircraft runways.
Fan Yang, a student working toward a doctorate in construction management technology, has had a wild, years-long journey to get to America. Now that she’s at Purdue, she not only has a story to share, she’s here to learn.
Purdue-based aviation crew “Boiler Up, Hangar Down” scored a top ten spot in the annual Air Race Classic, out of a competition class of 43 teams. Pilots Alex Small and Morgan Mallow competed successfully against nearly 100 other pilots from all walks of life and careers.
Purdue Polytechnic's "guitar lab" remains one of Purdue's most popular courses. Gryphon Mawhorter’s lifelong passion for building guitars caught the attention of Mark French, who teaches the course. French appointed Mawhorter, a junior in audio engineering technology, to lab supervisor — and Mawhorter is now charting his own unique path in the Polytechnic.
Summer camps for high school students helped student Faith Spencer discover that she wanted to pursue a career that would give her a more direct hand in helping people. Purdue Polytechnic’s cybersecurity major ended up being just the right fit.