Transformative Education news
Purdue University and Juncos Hollinger Racing have announced a new partnership that will expand experiential education opportunities for Purdue students who want to explore careers in the motorsports, auto and mobility industries.
From the Colombian Navy to Purdue University Global master’s psychology student, Marjorie Ramos-Salcedo receives Psi Chi scholarship
Growing up in the Republic of Colombia as the daughter of a woman passionate about learning English and her father, an army officer, Marjorie Ramos-Salcedo witnessed firsthand the agony – mental as much as physical – of war. It led her to study English and psychology and become an officer of the Colombian Navy, supporting the mental health of the men and women who were risking their lives, their minds, their families and their health to protect their homeland.
Purdue University is gearing up to host the 2021 evGrand Prix, beginning Thursday (Sept. 16) through Saturday (Sept. 18) at the university’s Grand Prix track, 1500 McCormick Road in West Lafayette.
Purdue University Global to offer educational opportunities to Nebraska’s Columbus Community Hospital staff with tuition reduction
Purdue University Global continues to join forces with health care organizations to offer robust educational opportunities with tuition reduction. The latest such partnership is with Columbus (Nebraska) Community Hospital.
A partnership between Purdue University Global and Nebraska medical center system York General has been formed with the aim to grow nursing education within York’s workforce and increase potential staff to enter the nursing workforce.
Purdue University Global students who aspire to help others receive Vandenbosch Leadership Scholarship
Purdue University Global students Sharon Dvoran and Mary Esham share a common aspiration to help others. The adult learners are pursuing bachelor’s degrees in nursing and psychology, respectively.
Program designed to put new science and math teachers in Indianapolis Public Schools ready for its next class
Medical school was the original goal for Megan Johnson, who graduated with a biology degree from Indiana University in December 2020 and worked on the mother and baby floor for a local hospital.