Info for PNW Alumni
Upcoming Alumni Events
Oct 18Representation of Mexicanness In Animated Films
As part of the CHESS Distinguished Speakers Series, Manuel Martin-Rodriguez, Ph.D., Professor of Literature give an an in-depth look at how Mexico and Mexicans are represented in children’s films, and why it is important to analyze that field.
Oct 19Tai Chi Class Series
Join Tai Chi master, Barbara Goldfarb, who will teach all levels. Tai chi is a gentle exercise for health, relaxation and self-defense.
Oct 20Implications of Race and Racism in Student Evaluations of Teaching: The Hate U Give
Join LaVada U. Taylor, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education at PNW with other author-panelists for a virtual book launch as part of the PNW Race, Racism, Anti-Racism Series.
Oct 21Alumni Book Club
Join PNW alumni in discussing a variety of books throughout the year. Explore books and authors by date below! The gatherings will take place in Lawshe 305.
Regardless of when you graduated, what you studied or what campus you graduated from, your diploma makes you a member of the PNW alumni community!
From interview prep to job listings in Handshake, PNW alumni can take the next step with Career Center resources.
Roar Pride! Cheer for your favorite team and stay connected with campus life—check out the schedule.
Lifelong learning: PNW alumni can continue to use resources and check out materials from the university library.
News and Announcements
One of Purdue University Northwest’s (PNW) top campus traditions, the Pride Stride 5K color run/walk, makes a highly anticipated in-person return after going virtual in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Faculty members from Purdue University Northwest (PNW) will present a series of interdisciplinary lectures and discussions this fall on critical race theory, racism and teaching evaluations, ethics of protest, and who is hurt by racism.
Purdue University Northwest’s (PNW) TRIO program was awarded renewed grants from the U.S. Department of Education for its federally funded Educational Talent Search programs to continue serving first-generation and economically disadvantaged college students.