Purdue University engineering students will display a sleigh-full of new toys on Thursday (Dec. 5), from an interactive Pokeman game for tablets to a motorized 'Tron Bike.'
Loretta H. Rush, a Purdue alumna who in 2012 became Indiana's 108th Supreme Court Justice, will keynote the university's winter commencement ceremonies Dec. 15 on campus.
Purdue University students completing a mechanical engineering senior design course will demonstrate 17 inventions, from a robotic fish to a water-cooled workout vest, a new type of Braille printer to a surfboard that performs with less drag than conventional boards.
Students from Purdue University, Oakland High School, Jefferson High School and Noblesville High School will present solutions to public policy issues during a Project Citizen Showcase Dec. 3.
Sunday’s severe storms caused power outages across the Purdue University campus. Thankfully, a majority of campus buildings and residence halls have since had power restored. A handful of campus facilities not serviced by the university power plant continue be without power. Utility crews are working to restore power to those buildings as soon as possible.
Purdue University officials announced Wednesday (Nov. 13) that the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity has been placed on probation through May 15, 2017.
Purdue University continues to have the second-largest international student population among U.S. public universities and is third overall, according to a report released Monday (Nov. 11) by the Institute of International Education.