Purdue University announced Tuesday (Nov. 29) that it will resume requiring SAT and/or ACT test scores for admissions applications, beginning with students who apply for Fall 2024 admission to Purdue. The resumption was recommended by university administration and endorsed by the board of trustees.
Purdue University and Accenture (NYSE: ACN) have agreed to a five-year commitment supporting Purdue’s mission to prepare a next-generation smart-manufacturing workforce.
Purdue University’s Center for Food and Agricultural Business, the Agricultural Retailers Association and Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business will partner again to present the 2023 ARA Management Academy Jan. 31-Feb. 2. The program will be held at ASU in Tempe, Arizona.
Purdue University and GlobalFoundries partner to strengthen research and development, semiconductor education
Purdue University, a public university with leading semiconductor workforce development and RandD programs, and GlobalFoundries (Nasdaq: GFS) (GF), a global leader in feature-rich semiconductor manufacturing, today (Nov. 23) announced a new strategic partnership to strengthen and expand collaboration on semiconductor research and education. By jointly creating and implementing new educational, engagement and research opportunities for students and faculty, Purdue and GF are advancing semiconductor innovation while preparing a new generation of talented young people for careers in the semiconductor industry.
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Though President Mitch Daniels is stepping away from the presidency of Purdue University at the end of December, he will not be going away entirely. At the requests of President-elect Mung Chiang, Purdue’s board of trustees and the Purdue Research Foundation Board of Directors, Daniels will remain for now as PRF chair – in an unpaid, voluntary capacity. The PRF Board of Directors on Wednesday (Nov. 16) voted unanimously to amend PRF’s bylaws to open up the possibility for this designation.
College of Liberal Arts ‘Tech Ethics Video Series’ explores the ethical leadership of emerging digital technologies
Building upon its initiative to create a model program focusing on professional ethics at the intersection of the liberal arts and technological innovation, the Purdue University College of Liberal Arts has released a video series exploring the topics as a part of the “Leading Ethically in the Age of AI and Big Data” project, supported by a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc.