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People can see an alert system for school lockdowns and a power chair for toddlers with neurological disorders among the original projects competing in the Midwest Regionals for the 2016 Phoenix...
Published: February 04, 2016
Todd Kelley
Todd Kelley, associate professor of engineering/technology teacher education (ETTE) at Purdue University, will be honored this spring with the Distinguished Technology and Engineering Professional...
Published: February 01, 2016
Two Purdue professional flight majors are being praised for their roles in helping Marion Municipal Airport become 2015 Indiana Airport of the Year. Paul McGuire and Macy Cupp were instrumental in...
Published: January 22, 2016
Top Hawk logo
Purdue University has been chosen as one of the partner schools for Cessna’s 2016 Top Hawk program. Through the Top Hawk program, Purdue’s School of Aviation and Transportation Technology will be...
Published: January 19, 2016
Susie Scarbeck
Susie Scarbeck’s majors and campus activities seem to be perfectly aligned. Scarbeck is pursuing majors in organizational leadership and engineering/technology teacher education, and she is...
Published: January 13, 2016
Nicaragua solar panel project
Several construction management students and two professors traveled to Managua, Nicaragua, over  the 2015 Thanksgiving break to install solar panels on a healthcare clinic for retirees. The trip...
Published: January 12, 2016
Hydroponic student project
Second Harvest Food Bank has a constant need for fresh vegetables, and students at Purdue Polytechnic Anderson are working on a plan to help produce more of it locally year round. Those same...
Published: January 04, 2016
Jason Patel
As the December 2015 graduates move into their careers, we are profiling a few and finding out their future plans and how they arrived at this point in their lives. -----Jason D. Patel, Evansville,...
Published: December 18, 2015