Info for PNW Alumni
Upcoming Alumni Events
Oct 01Fall Innovation Series Session 3: Innovation Skills That Pay The Bills
In this session, we will examine why job skills are shifting, what skills are becoming increasingly important and how to develop creativity and innovation skills within your organization.
Oct 06Race and Wrongful Convictions
Join Nicky Jackson and Roosevelt Glen for a discussion on Race and Wrongful Convictions. How is the criminal justice system racially biased? What practices by police and courts express and affect race inequality? What actions might challenge wrongful convictions?
Oct 10Wetlands: The Ordinary & the Extraordinary
Join Master Gardener, Victoria Jostes, on October 10 at 2:00 p.m. to learn about the wonders of the wetlands.
Oct 11Sinai Forum: On Free Speech and Cancel Culture with Jonathan Rauch
Join the Sinai Forum at Purdue University Northwest for a free virtual event, “On Free Speech and Cancel Culture with Jonathan Rauch.”
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
Whether learning is taking place online or face to face, PNW professor Radmila Stanic emphasizes the importance of connecting students.
The Purdue University Northwest (PNW) College of Technology has been awarded a grant of $5,971,053 for Cybersecurity Workforce Development from the National Security Agency (NSA).
In designing courses for fall 2020, Associate Professor of Chemistry Kay Rowberg worked with the goal of ensuring students could engage wherever they were.
Nils K. Nelson Bioscience Innovation Building Opens
Years of planning, months of construction and countless hours of work have finally coming to fruition this fall semester as PNW celebrates the opening of the Nils K. Nelson Bioscience Innovation Building.