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  • Chad Jamrock

    Chad Jamrock

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Chad Jamrock. He is a Computer Science student who will graduate in May 2023 with his bachelor’s degree.

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Chad Jamrock. He is a Computer Science student who will graduate in May 2023 with his bachelor’s degree.

  • Pau Aran

    Pau Aran

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Pau Aran. He is a Computer Science student who will graduate in May 2023 with his bachelor’s degree.

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Pau Aran. He is a Computer Science student who will graduate in May 2023 with his bachelor’s degree.

  • Sara Wenzel

    Sara Wenzel

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Sara Wenzel. She is a Computer Science student who will graduate in December 2022 with her bachelor’s degree.

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Sara Wenzel. She is a Computer Science student who will graduate in December 2022 with her bachelor’s degree.

  • Lateefah

    Lateefah Isegen

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Lateefah Isegen. She is a 2018 BSME graduate from Lagos, Nigeria.

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Lateefah Isegen. She is a 2018 BSME graduate from Lagos, Nigeria.

  • Kyle Kristoff

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Kyle Kristoff. He is a 2018 BSME graduate and Assistant Program Engineering Manager for the Cadillac Lyriq at General Motors.

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Kyle Kristoff. He is a 2018 BSME graduate and Assistant Program Engineering Manager for the Cadillac Lyriq at General Motors.

  • Grethe Hystad is pictured.

    Educator, Researcher, Mentor – Grethe Hystad Connects Students and Math

    Grethe Hystad uses her passion for problem-solving to create an engaging learning environment for students.

    PNW Associate Professor of Statistics, Grethe Hystad, uses her passion for math, statistics and problem-solving to create an engaging learning environment for her students.

  • Honey Harvesting at PNW is pictured.

    PNW Collects More Than 200 Pounds in First Honey Haul

    Debuts “Pride Gold” Brand

    A PNW project that fluttered its wings in spring has come full circle with its first ever collection of honey harvested from beehives.

  • Jodi Allen, Assistant Professor of Nursing at Purdue University Northwest

    A Real-World Approach to Nursing

    Real-world applicability is the hallmark of Jodi Allen’s teaching style.

    Jodi Allen, assistant professor and Family Nursing Practitioner program coordinator in the College of Nursing, has a goal to produce safe, prudent and excellent nurse practitioners.

  • An eastern squirrel is pictured.

    Caring For Animals With PNW Students

    Hands-on learning meets delicate care as Purdue University Northwest biology interns assist with rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife.

    Purdue University Northwest biology interns assist with wildlife rehabilitation center.

  • Kayla Vasilko is pictured.

    Meet PNW Graduate Kayla Vasilko

    Kayla Vasilko, ‘21, entered PNW as a shy and quiet student, but with the support and encouragement of faculty, staff and fellow students, leaves as a confident student leader.

    Kayla Vasilko, ‘21, entered PNW as a shy and quiet student, but with the support and encouragement of faculty, staff and fellow students, leaves as a confident student leader.