Computer graphics technology students from Purdue University offered their solution to distracted driving due to smartphone use during a recent competition sponsored by Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE).
After attending a presentation on competency-based learning, Ray Hassan, a clinical assistant professor of computer graphics technology, decided to try Purdue’s Passport application.
Watching as her students texted relentlessly on their phones during class, Mihaela Vorvoreanu wondered if she could turn their compulsion into an educational asset.
The Big Ten Network has produced a one-minute video on the Purdue Polytechnic Institute’s Hangar of the Future for its 2015-16 Live Big Series.
It highlights the way students and faculty are adding technology to hangar operations. The video includes interviews with graduate student Amadou Anne and Tim Ropp, clinical associate professor of aviation technology.
Six student projects designed to assist bakers, brewers, Boy Scouts, and more have received Commercialization and Research Grant (CRG) funding from the Purdue Polytechnic Institute Statewide.
With an average of more than 650 students enrolled across his classes, Professor Craig Miller says his daily email inbox was nearly insuperable.
The professor of computer graphics technology used to spend hours at a time responding to hundreds of homework and course housekeeping questions, such as how to access the CATIA CAD software suite or when certain assignments were due.
Purdue Polytechnic New Albany students have designed and built a modern version of a medieval weapon called a trebuchet. The ultimate goal?
When Clark Cory, an associate professor of computer graphics technology, fell 16 feet on a job site, landed on his head and broke his back, he realized leaving construction and teaching full-time might be his best bet.
"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.
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.
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