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A primary partner in our Smart Learning ecosystem, PTC, joined us in late March to hold one of their major events for employees and their clients. Learn more here:

Dominic Kao from the Department of Computer and Information Technology recently received early-career funding from the National Science Foundation to conduct a five-year study on stereotyping and bias related to users of digital learning tools.

Purdue Polytechnic’s Paul Asunda recently finished a year-long endeavor to work with Kazakhstan’s universities to improve STEM pedagogy. Asunda and his partners in Kazakhstan are optimistic that this will lead to a longer relationship that will help Purdue to “give back” to the developing world.

The multi-billion dollar Trimble Inc. joined its new partners at Purdue Polytechnic for the launch of the Trimble Technology Lab, which has proven to be productive both for new research and student work right from the start. Read on to hear remarks from President Chiang, Purdue Polytechnic's Dean Daniel Castro and others.

Purdue Polytechnic's Alejandra Magana has published a new book designed to "acquire [computing-related] skills more quickly and with greater success," as the baseline requirements for such skills only continue to increase with technological progress.


Chengcheng Tao, an assistant professor in Purdue Polytechnic’s School of Construction Management Technology, is among a group of nearly 80 researchers to receive a grant in 2023 from the American Chemical Society’s Petroleum Research Fund (ACS-PRF).