PNW News Round‐Up from April 2 through May 1, 2018 Below is a list of news articles featuring Purdue Northwest students, faculty and staff accomplishments. EDITORIAL: Help is on the way for opioid addiction Lakefront Hammond data center to include tech incubator, Purdue Northwest greenhouse Data Center Planned For Old Hammond Generating Plant NiSource Boosts […]
PNW News Round‐Up from Mar. 1 through Apr. 2, 2018 Below is a list of news articles featuring Purdue Northwest students, faculty and staff accomplishments. Purdue University Northwest presents Jewish Film Festival PROFILES IN SUCCESS: Former River Forest, Purdue Cal standout Baker practices medicine in Wisconsin Opioid conference: ‘It’s a start’ Impacting writing in local […]
College of Business Interim Assistant Dean Wendy Kasche helped guide a team of HTM graduate students to a first-place finish at the 2017 Market Study Competition in New York City earlier this month. The teams of PNW undergraduate and graduate students presented their data analysis research to a panel of industry experts. Associate Professor […]
It is that time of year when we reflect on the things that matter the most and say “Thank you” to the people who have made a difference in each of our lives. Happy Thanksgiving, Purdue Northwest Faculty and Staff!
On billboards, road pieces, view books and more, PNW is inviting students to “Explore Your Roar!” Purdue Northwest is marketing to the generation of students who are doers and problem-solvers. We are asking these students from all over the country to “Explore Your Roar” through a new marketing campaign that has drawn quite a bit […]
Keon welcomes Chancellor’s Community Council The Chancellor’s Community Council gathered for its first meeting on Sept. 15 at the Portage Meeting Facility. This opportunity allowed community partners, college advisory board members and university faculty and administrators to discover what is currently happening and what may be changing at PNW.
Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Beginning this fall semester, the 13 Purdue University Northwest athletic teams are competing in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) as an NCAA Division II provisional member. The GLIAC currently features 12 member institutions from Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. On July 1, 2018, University of Wisconsin-Parkside Rangers will join the […]