When a severe storm approached PNW’s Westville campus, Officer Nicolas Smith went above and beyond to offer emergency shelter to stranded motorists.
Professor Spaulding’s specialty is mammalian paleontology – this makes her an expert in several major fields of biology; evolution, systematics (how we classify biodiversity), and vertebrate anatomy.
A mathematics professor at PNW since 2003, professor Alain Togbe, Ph.D., has traveled to underdeveloped countries around the globe to teach mathematics and research.
Anne Christo-Baker, head of the Department of Managerial Studies and associate professor of organizational behavior and leadership at Purdue Northwest, is a highly engaged member of her community. Since starting at Purdue Northwest in 2009, she has centered her life on helping others. When she is not in her office working with students and faculty, […]
Two PNW teams design and create rovers capable of traversing the exo-planetary-like landscape Purdue Northwest (PNW) engineering students competed in the Human Exploration Rover Challenge held April 13 and 14 at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The competition, hosted by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, involved more than 100 teams including […]