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Book Cover: The Address Book - What Street Addresses Reveal About Identity, Race, Wealth and Power by Deirdre Mask. The cover includes illustrations of various maps.

Purdue University Northwest invites public to presentation by author Deirdre Mask

Deirdre Mask, author of “The Address Book,” will be the keynote speaker on April 5 as a part of PNW’s Days of Discovery and One Book, One University program.

Heather Augustyn

PNW faculty member publishes book on women ska musicians

Heather Augustyn, continuing lecturer and Westville Writing Center Coordinator, recently released her latest book, Rude Girls: Women in 2 Tone and One Step Beyond, which details women ska musicians that performed in bands during the 1970s and 1980s.

Several PNW representatives competed in the ICPC contest as well as volunteered during the event. Participants included (front, from left to right), Wei Dai, assistant professor of Computer Science; Bruno Hnatusko, Computer Science graduate student; Andrew McDowell, second-year Electrical Computer Engineering major; (back, from left to right) Diya Kafle, third-year Computer Science major; Sai Deepthi Jammula, Computer Science graduate student; Diego Ramirez, fourth-year Computer Science major; and Gowtham Pentela, Computer Science graduate student. Not pictured is Alejandro Alvarez, third-year Computer Science major.

PNW hosts its first International Collegiate Programming Contest

Purdue University Northwest (PNW) recently hosted and competed in its first International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) Mid-Central USA Regional Contest for 2023. The top teams from each region go on to compete at the national level, and, if successful, the international level.


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Disability Access Center

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Empowering college-ready students with documented disabilities to participate fully in PNW.

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PNW Catalog

Academic Guidelines

Find answers to almost all questions related to academic life in the PNW Catalog.

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Faculty Senate

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PNW’s Faculty Senate exercises faculty legislative, policy-making and advisory powers.

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Facilities Services

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From maintenance to housekeeping, reach out with your building and grounds needs.

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Women's History Month

MARCH 2023

Join us for PNW’s celebrations of Women’s History Month! From academic events to art showcases, join us in recognizing the accomplishments and achievements of women all month long!


Upcoming Events

Mar 26

Women’s History Month

From academic events to art showcases, join PNW in celebrating the accomplishments and achievements of women all month long!

Mar 26

Fall 2023 Priority Registration: Sophomores

Priority Registration dates for Fall 2023 will begin on March 20 for the various student classifications.

Mar 26

Voting Deadline: Best of the Region!

The Times Media Company’s annual Best of the Region voting is open through March 26, and we kindly ask you to take a brief moment to vote for PNW. It’s simple and free!

Mar 27

Breaking Bread: Roe v. Wade’s Impact on Poor America & The Post-Dobbs Era

Cheri Lynn Honkala will address the Supreme Court’s rulings on abortion in Roe v. Wade and Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and their impact on impoverished populations.