After 40 years of teaching, Wes Crawford is being honored for his commitment to education and the construction industry. He will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) at their annual meeting in April 2017 in Seattle.
“Our students in leadership are learning how to solve society’s wicked problems,” says Brett Crawford, assistant professor of technology leadership and innovation.
While most of Purdue’s students head home or to internships for the summer, Purdue Polytechnic continues its focus on STEM education with camps and workshops. The events reach potential future students as well as those who can help influence their college decisions.
In its quietly effective way, reports Richmond-based ABrightSide.com, the Purdue Polytechnic Richmond is in a growing mode.
An unmanned tractor designed by students at Purdue University and South Newton High School in Kentland, Indiana, placed second at the inaugural agBOT competition this spring.
The electric go-kart has been an educational fixture at Purdue Polytechnic South Bend for several years.
Like so many inventors, Andrew Schnobrich simply wanted to solve a problem that was vexing him. As a guitar player, Schnobrich often struggles with tuning his guitar and then keeping it in tune. He is not alone.
Purdue University received three awards in the recent University Design Competition for Addressing Airport Needs.
Purdue Polytechnic Institute and Autodesk have created the software giant’s first academic partnership that includes access to software, support and collaboration opportunities.
As part of her Spring 2016 course on constraint-based modeling, Rosemary Astheimer challenged her students to design a device to manufacture a paper airplane.