Transformative Education news
An understanding of how to work with, interpret and present data is now an important skill in myriad jobs that do not have 'data scientist”'in their job descriptions.
A Purdue University startup is turning game play into serious learning for elementary students away from classrooms during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Purdue University is offering a new affordable master’s degree in civil engineering through edX, with support from Kaplan Higher Education, allowing working professionals ready access to Purdue’s highly ranked civil engineering master’s program entirely online.
Purdue University Global adds criminal justice, human services offerings; revises curriculum in Diversity and Inclusivity in Public Safety course
Purdue University Global announced Wednesday (July 29) the addition of four new micro-credentials in the areas of criminal justice and human services, which will be available for students beginning Aug. 26.
Purdue University Global graduate Megan MacKellar has won the Marian Breland Bailey Award from the Applied Animal Behavior Special Interest Group.
Indianapolis Eastside building transitions from industry to education as new Purdue Polytechnic High School home
The first class of Purdue Polytechnic High School students now has a home to graduate from in May with the opening of a permanent site for the STEM-focused charter school.
The widespread opioid addiction is creating a pressing need for more treatment programs and more professionals to provide services. Purdue University’s Department of Human Development and Family Studies and Ivy Tech Community College’s Human Services program have created an optional addiction studies concentration to prepare students who major in human services to become licensed addiction counselors.