PNW News Round‐Up from Jan. 1 through Jan. 30, 2018 Below is a list of news articles featuring Purdue Northwest students, faculty and staff accomplishments. PNW re-energizes its veteran services, gives vets support to earn degrees Purdue Northwest Athletics achieves academic excellence Lakeshore Focus – Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Arts events commemorate Black […]
NEW Reduced Out‐of‐State Advantage Rate begins Fall 2018 The plan, called R.O.A.R.: Reduced Out‐of‐State Advantage Rate, is a new tuition plan with lower rates for future out‐of‐state students. In October 2017, the Purdue Board of Trustees approved PNW to introduce lower tuition rates for future out-of-state students effective fall 2018. The new tuition rate is […]
Calling all Superheroes! Save the Date for PNW Day of Giving Each and every day our alumni, parents, faculty, staff, community members and friends are working hard to make a difference in the lives of our students. This year, we are asking these hard‐working superheroes to celebrate the annual Purdue Northwest Day of Giving and […]
Meg Rincker, associate professor of political science, guided 11 students to participate in the American Model United Nations International Conference in Chicago Nov. 18-20. In addition to all of the students winning awards for their position papers, two students — Roza Tawil and Matt Ruiz — received the prestigious Outstanding Representation award. The College of Business’s honor […]
Three commencement exercises honored the fall graduating class of 1,216 on Dec. 8 and Dec. 9. Alumnus Robert Johnson III, President/CEO and co-founder of Cimcor, Inc., gave an inspiring keynote address to the graduates, their families and friends. Experience these successful celebrations by viewing the ceremony videos and checking out the online photo galleries today.
New tuition plan begins Fall 2018 Recently the Purdue Board of Trustees approved PNW to introduce lower tuition rates for future out-of-state students effective fall 2018. The new tuition rate is 1.5 times the in-state rate and will be offered to non-resident domestic students who are first-time freshmen, new-to-campus transfer students, or new graduate students. Non-resident […]
By Regina Biddings-Muro Vice Chancellor of Institutional Advancement We recently learned that Purdue University Northwest’s College of Business and School of Engineering are included among the US News and World Reports rankings. Not bad for a new university whose two solid legacy institutions barely attracted a mention even one year earlier. This is a clear […]
Joelynn Marconi, Kim Nikolovski, Casey Parker and Matt Wells of the College of Business won the first prize $1,000 award in Innovations in Business Education at the Mid-American Business Deans Association meeting. Their project is titled “Teach Them to Fish: A Four-Year Career Development Program for Business Majors.” Also at the Mid-American Business Deans Association […]