Recent News & Coming Events
Celebrate Science Indiana
October 8, 2011 - Indiana State Fairgrounds - Indianaoplis, IN
Purdue Energy Camp
You are invited to be a part of the 1st annual Purdue Energy
Camp for high school students and secondary teachers!
June 10-16, 2012
zipTrips is a new program to create science-based electronic field trips for students in grades 6–8. These field trips use technology to provide virtual visits to the West Lafayette campus, where students will meet scientists from Purdue’s School of Veterinary Medicine, Purdue Agriculture, and Discovery Park, and learn first-hand about their work. Purdue zipTrips is funded by a grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Visit www.purdue.edu/ziptrips to learn more.
Class Visits to DP
Have you and your class been to Purdue University’s newest research facility? We would like to invite you to take a tour. To register for a class visit, please go to:
Discovery Park at Purdue University.
School Field Trip to Discovery Park
Indiana Space Grant Consortium
The Indiana Space Grant Consortium (INSGC) includes 23 affiliates who work together
to promote STEM education initiatives related to NASA themes and careers in the State
of Indiana. Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN, serves as the INSGC lead
institution under the direction of Dr. Barrett Caldwell.
Please see website for more details and opportunities:
For questions contact:
2012 Purdue Guitar Workshops for Teachers and Students
The Center for Advanced Manufacturing works each summer with the College of Technology in hosting 3 guitar manufacturing workshops. This coming summer we have three planned:
Watch for 2012 workshop dates.
For more information
Schedule a Tour / Research Meeting
Tours of Discovery Park are available all year for business, classrooms, students, or anyone else looking to learn something new!
A Message From Chris Foster
Thank you for your interest in Discovery Park's P-14 STEM Program. In this location at Purdue biological, physical and engineering research combines to create new discoveries that may both interest and inspire pre-college students, teachers and parents. Through this web page, the P-14 STEM Program intends to make educational resources based on this research more generally available to the public. We welcome your enquiries!
Check out the latest newsletter from P-14 STEM, including an update about opportunities in STEM education at Discovery Park and
Purdue for teachers and students. These opportunities include teacher workshops, summer science camps for students and events for everyone.
View the Newsletter (PDF)
View all P-14 Newsletters
For Discovery Park Tours, contact Maria Longoria-Littleton (
For other activites, please contact Candiss B. Vibbert (