Nadia E. Brown, associate professor of political science, Purdue West Lafayette, assesses the nation’s commitment to democratic ideals, focusing on the inclusion and exclusion of minoritized groups during the 2020 election, especially Black women voters and candidates.
PNW professor Mita Choudhury will provide a historical overview of systemic racism, institutional bias and prejudice, and the weak guard rails of "western civilization."
Purdue Northwest University is happy to host the 2023 State Science Olympiad! This event brings the top middle and high school Science Olympiad teams from across Indiana to our campus to compete in a series of STEM events.
Join us as we talk about How to Eat Better, the fourth installment of our Life's Simple 7 health education workshop series!
Join us as we talk about How to Eat Better, the fifth installment of our Life's Simple 7 health education workshop series!
The camp introduces 30 high school students to the fundamentals of Electrical and Computer Engineering hosted by PNW.
During this camp, 24 high school students will explore the normal function and pathophysiology of the body, including the role of microbes in health and disease.
Female campers will create a scenario, build a VR robot, simulate a robot performing pick-and-place applications and use a VR headset.
Campers will be guided through each project incorporating the fundamentals of construction and engineering.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at PNW is hosting a camp on storytelling with data for 25 middle school aged students.