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In an evolving world, Purdue’s College of Education innovating new paths to success for K-12 teachers
Make no mistake. The pandemic has set the table for seismic shifts in teaching methods in America’s elementary and secondary schools. But the need to evolve in a hypercompetitive and increasingly data- and technology-driven world has long been there.
Purdue University Global expands professional flight degree program with Lunken Flight Training Center partnership
Purdue University Global and Cincinnati-based Lunken Flight Training Center have formed a partnership to address the projected global and regional demand for aviation professionals over the next 20 years.
Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education: Purdue tops Big Ten in best value, again among nation's best schools
How valuable is a Purdue University education?
For artificial intelligence to get any smarter, it needs first to be as intelligent as one of the simplest creatures in the animal kingdom: the sea slug.
Purdue’s national leadership during pandemic, ongoing commitment to affordability and accessibility lead to record enrollment
Purdue’s incoming freshman class is a record 10,191, the result of an unprecedented and unanticipated jump in the rate at which out-of-state U.S. applicants accepted admissions offers. A new survey of admitted students shows that the university’s success navigating the pandemic, as well as its reputation for affordability and high-quality education, were drivers behind the surge in demand and an overall record fall enrollment of 49,639 undergraduate, professional and graduate students.
The Data Mine, Equity Task Force, Purdue Polytechnic High Schools, new industry partnerships, Transformative Education 2.0 and a continued focus on accessibility and affordability. For these initiatives and more, U.S. News and World Report has ranked Purdue among the top 10 Most Innovative Schools in the nation for the fourth consecutive year.
¬In most countries, traffic accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers, with risky driving accounting for a large fraction of those deaths.