This is Purdue Podcast
Purdue University students continue to put their design expertise to groundbreaking use. In this installment of “This Is Purdue,” we talk with Professor John Sullivan from Aeronautics and Astronautics, along with some talented engineering students who recount their travels to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. While there, they set out to break a speed record using a cutting-edge vehicle they designed and built as a team.
Dedicated in 2008, the 8-foot-tall “Unfinished Block P” sculpture on Purdue University’s campus serves as a permanent reminder that one’s educational journey never ends – that learning, in essence, is a lifelong process.
The Purdue University campus is home to a diverse collection of sculptures — one that includes statues of individuals who have inspired students to commissioned pieces by internationally renowned artists.
A grand tradition at Purdue University, the PMO Christmas Show ushers in each holiday season through the gift of song.
When it comes to the way people learn, Purdue continues to push the boundaries and define the standard. Purdue’s 164-thousand-square-foot Wilmeth Active Learning Center is much more than another beautiful red-brick building on campus. A decade in the planning, its 2017 opening represented a transformation in the way Purdue students learn.
The latest edition of “This Is Purdue” highlights two University celebrations.
Discover more about the Purdue Hurling Club and the Purdue Twirling Team
In this episode we will discover more about the Purdue All-American Marching Band and the Reamer Club.
Learn more about the Purdue CoRec and Sports Nutrition.
In this episode we will learn more about Purdue Professors Michele Buzon and Randy Roberts.