Transformative Education news
Purdue University on Friday (April 9) officially launched Purdue’s Next Moves – five new distinct strategic initiatives designed to advance the university’s competitive advantage in its continuing quest for leadership among the world’s top research and teaching institutions.
Purdue University is offering a new online master’s degree aimed at preparing students to design, implement, assess, and evaluate training and communication effectiveness in the corporate environment.
A new season for Major League Baseball is on the horizon and with it come two of Jeremy Frank’s favorite things: A traditional baseball season and the flood of player and team statistics it brings.
Elderly, lower income and rural individuals frequently lack easy access to mental health services where they live, but technological advances and the burgeoning field of telemental health hold out the promise of bringing these services to them.
U.S. News rankings: Purdue graduate engineering No. 4, ABE now perched atop graduate and undergraduate lists
There’s a reason Purdue University’s College of Engineering is not only among the largest but also among the best in the country.
A seasoned construction professional dispatched in response to Hurricane Katrina, Randy Rapp found out fast that a disaster recovery job presents special challenges, with time of the essence, unanticipated and difficult conditions in play, and immediate, accurate and thorough responses required literally around the clock.
The Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States has named Purdue University student Daniel Gochenaur one of 17 Churchill Scholars for 2021.