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  • 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.

  • Spring 2021 Graduate Adrian Nevarez in his commencement regalia

    Ready to Ride: Spring 2021 Grad Adrian Nevarez

    From rebooting an electric vehicle to 3-D printing face shields for local hospitals, Mechanical Engineering Technology graduate Adrian Nevarez, ’21, enjoys putting his skills into practice.

    From rebooting an electric vehicle to 3-D printing face shields for local hospitals, Mechanical Engineering Technology graduate Adrian Nevarez, ’21, enjoys putting his skills into practice.

  • Adam Kerr is pictured.

    Adam Kerr

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Adam Kerr. He is a 2007 BS in Computer Science graduate and a Senior Principal at West Monroe Partners.

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Adam Kerr. He is a 2007 BS in Computer Science graduate and a Senior Principal at West Monroe Partners.

  • Regan Sink

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Regan Sink. He is a current Electrical Engineering student, a member of the Honors College, and will graduate in May 2021 with his bachelor’s degree.

    The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Regan Sink. He is a current Electrical Engineering student, a member of the Honors College, and will graduate in May 2021 with his bachelor’s degree.

  • Shontrai Irving, Clinical Associate Professor of Business Law

    Engaging Students Beyond the Classroom

    From Courtroom to Classroom

    The business law classes in the College of Business at Purdue University Northwest (PNW) are interactive and engaging courtesy of the teaching style of Shontrai Irving, clinical associate professor of business law at PNW.

  • Spotlight Profile: Claudia Mich

    Linking Theory and Practice

    PNW professor Claudia Mich has dedicated her career to providing students with the necessary skills to succeed in the business world.