A video presentation created by a Purdue University Calumet engineering graduate student and research assistant at the university’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation earned the grand prize at a recent international conference.
Two Purdue University Calumet spring graduates have earned what arguably is psychology’s most prestigious undergraduate research award.
Purdue University North Central alumna Erin Foust recently earned the 2015 Hoosier Educator Award, presented by the Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children. The distinction recognizes an educator whose exemplary practices embody the practical application of Indiana AEYC standards and who shares those methods with others through workshops, publications or other means. Foust […]
Purdue University Calumet’s College of Business has earned accreditation from the world’s premier business accrediting body—the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.
Aaron Davis transferred to Purdue University Calumet three years ago to earn a Purdue degree and continue a promising basketball career–both of which appeared in limbo following an unfortunate, early spring April morning in 2009.
Two graduate students of Purdue University Calumet’s counseling and development program have been awarded $5,000 Minority Masters Fellowships by the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation (NBCC).
Purdue University North Central graduate Carly Houlton has known for most of her life that she would someday become a veterinarian. The 2014 graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, has been accepted to the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Michigan State’s veterinary medicine program has been ranked ninth in the nation by […]
Purdue University North Central student Alex Hernandez is working hard to turn his dreams in to reality. Hernandez, a Communication major, is completing an internship with ABC 7 news in Chicago. Each day he has a variety of behind-the-scenes assignments that give him an unparalleled view of what goes into producing a daily news program. […]
Three Purdue University Calumet students and a recent graduate placed in the top four categories of the Broadcast Education Association’s (BEA) 2015 Festival of Media Arts competition in the script writing division.
Purdue University North Central alumna Diane Rich is facing a big decision. She is planning to continue her studies in graduate school to pursue her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She applied to four schools in different parts of the country and has been accepted by all four. Today she in the enviable position of having […]