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Purdue Global, Ivy Tech continue to collaborate, explore ways to prepare workforce for tomorrow’s economy
For Frank Dooley and Sue Ellspermann, the fact that 1.9 million employed Hoosiers lack some type of credential or college degree isn’t a reason for despair. Instead, they see opportunities abound to help increase workers’ mobility, skills and financial standing across Indiana through education.
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 and the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) will soon launch a dual-degree master’s program in semiconductors as part of a newly signed agreement to cooperate in education and research in semiconductors and microelectronics.
In high school, Nah’Shon Williams wanted to build a better future by pursuing a college degree in construction management. There was just one problem: The financial hurdles of even getting into college stood in the way.
Purdue University is breaking new academic ground in optimizing student preparation for a dual-purpose workforce need in the space and aviation industries. The new Purdue Aviation and Space Cybersecurity course is giving engineering students much-valued, cyber-domain security proficiency while also providing aeronautical and astronautical engineering know-how to computer science and cybersecurity majors.
Lilly commits $92.5 million to Purdue to establish an innovative pharmaceutical manufacturing scholarship program and to extend research collaboration
Purdue University and Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) are establishing an innovative new pharmaceutical manufacturing scholarship program and have renewed their strategic research collaboration in a series of moves that will expand their impact in Indiana and improve lives on a global scale. Lilly has committed $92.5 million to the West Lafayette campus through these two programs.