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PNW celebrates with more than 1,000 students who have successfully completed the requirements of their undergraduate and graduate degrees as the fall 2020 semester draws to a close.
An interest in finding out how things work led Andrew Miloshoff, ’20, to an electrical engineering degree and a future career in academia.
Head coach Courtney Locke announced Monday the hiring of WNBA star Kahleah Copper as assistant coach for the Purdue University Northwest women’s basketball program for the 2020-21 season.
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Get directions to PNW’s Hammond and Westville campuses.
Relax amidst 300 acres of gardens, woodlands and hiking trails
Access quality, affordable, culturally competent therapeutic services.
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The Roundtable Perspective
Arts and Entertainment
A collegiate television program produced by students and faculty of PNW!
Dec 05Drive Up Picture With Santa
Join PNW for Drive Up Pictures With Santa, supporting Toys for Tots!
Dec 07The Games Innovators Play: Adult Edition
The team at Mind Benders will take a look at the best board, card and logic games for adults.
Dec 11The Roundtable Perspective: Identity in the Digital Closet
Patrick Johnson, assistant professor of communication at Indiana University Northwest joins host Thomas J. Roach on Lakeshore PBS to discuss his research on how social media has changed reflections of the LGBTQ community.
Dec 18The Roundtable Perspective: Wrongful Convictions
Nicky Jackson, associate professor of criminal justice and coordinator of the criminal justice program at Purdue University Northwest joins host Thomas J. Roach on Lakeshore PBS to discuss wrongful convictions.