Nathan Ecker, who graduated from Purdue University Northwest’s Westville Campus earlier this year.
When Ashley Starcevich earned her Purdue University Bachelor’s degree in Biology in May, she was thrilled to be part of the first commencement ceremony held in the Purdue University Northwest James B. Dworkin Student Services and Activities Complex on the PNW Westville campus.
North Central Campus Business Leadership Club earns Society for Human Resource Management Merit Award
Purdue Northwest’s CIVS research center selected to Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute, recently announced by President Obama
2nd day of hospital patient care, PNW Calumet nursing student helps save life
The student newspaper of Purdue University Northwest’s Calumet Campus and its staff earned 12 awards, including three 1st places, at the recent 2015-16 Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) recognition program.
Thomas L. Keon, chancellor-designate of Purdue University Northwest and chancellor of Purdue University Calumet, has been nationally recognized for his commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Chad Celestin, whose successful class project as a Purdue University Calumet student blossomed into a job for the Strack & Van Til food market chain, is the first recipient of the university’s College of Technology Outstanding Graduate Alumni Award.
A technical paper written by researchers of Purdue University Calumet’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) and AK Steel about a way to improve steel production based on a concept developed at the steel company’s Dearborn, Mich. Works has been selected to receive a national award this spring.
Fifty-nine Purdue University Calumet business students have joined faculty members from the College of Business as inductees in the university chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma international honor society.