Transformative Education news
Indiana University and Purdue University took the first steps Friday (Aug. 12) on a bold new vision for higher education in Indianapolis, designed to increase the number of job-ready graduates in an innovation-led economy, fuel economic growth in the region and the state, and enhance service to the Indianapolis community and beyond.
Purdue University has been voted America’s No. 4 most trusted public university, and No. 21 overall, in Morning Consult’s “Most Trusted Universities” study measuring how deeply the public currently trusts universities “to do the right thing.”
Social media continues its rampant growth. From Facebook to Twitter, Instagram to LinkedIn, Reddit to YouTube, these virtual platforms have changed the way people communicate, conduct business and live their lives.
Purdue meets health care needs with new online health care operations and quality improvement certificates
To give professionals interested in health care an opportunity to develop valuable skills in business, management and quality improvement in health care delivery, Purdue University’s College of Health and Human Sciences is offering two new online graduate certificates in health care operations management and health care quality improvement.
Purdue University’s College of Engineering is partnering with MediaTek Inc., a leading global fabless chipmaker, to open the company's first first semiconductor chip design center in the Midwest, to be housed on Purdue’s campus.
Ukrainian scholars prepare for Purdue arrival this month, gaining refuge from their war-torn country to restart academic endeavors
Each Ukrainian scholar coming to Purdue University this summer to resume their studies and research has their own story, overcoming incredible and impossible obstacles and escaping — often with their families — from the horrors of Russia’s military invasion that has already displaced nearly 7 million people and left devastation, destruction and disruption across the Eastern European country since late February.
Gary Bertoline stood in front of Purdue Polytechnic High School Schweitzer Center at Englewood on Indianapolis’ east side and delivered the keynote address to 113 students who were set to graduate from PPHS and embark on the next chapters of their lives.