Jessica Cabral, assistant clinical professor of construction management, has received the 2016 Exceptional Early Career Award.
“Every semester I start by challenging the students and asking them how they want to change the world. This year we made a tiny home,” said Kirk Alter, associate professor of construction management at Purdue University.
The tiny home project will address the issue of housing for the homeless, battered women and people re-entering society from prison.
“One of the things that the students have learned,” Alter said, “is that we don’t need heroes, we need partners — partners in our communities.”
James Jenkins, associate professor of construction management, has been named the recipient of a 2016 Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award in Memory of Charles B. Murphy.
Purdue Polytechnic Institute’s competency-based education program has cleared its final hurdle, becoming the first baccalaureate program of its kind in the nation.
Two construction management professors have won top teaching awards from Purdue University.
Purdue Polytechnic students, alumni and faculty are all involved with the Indiana Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IN-ISAC), which includes a security operations center (SOC) in West Lafayette.
Mat Sutton, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Technology Leadership and Innovation. He received the 2015 Dwyer Award for Undergraduate Teaching in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute. Students select the award winners.
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.