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(Photo: one of the Purdue firefighting robots is able to get near the hot spots during a fire in Hoopeston, Ill., this summer.) Robots are now part of the firefighting squad at the Purdue...
Published: November 26, 2013
The United Way of Greater Lafayette exceeded its 2013 campaign fundraising goal of $4.9 million. Faculty, staff and students within the College of Technology contributed $15,604 to the Purdue...
Published: November 22, 2013
Two College of Technology professors were among 54 Purdue researchers honored Nov. 20 at the ninth annual Inventors Recognition Reception. Stephen Elliott and Kyle Lutes were awarded patents...
Published: November 21, 2013
WLS-TV in Chicago talked with Eric Dietz, professor of computer and information technology and director of the Purdue Homeland Security Institute, about the evacuation of Soldier Field during the...
Published: November 19, 2013
(Photo: This is one of hundreds of photos captured from a recent high-altitude balloon launch sponsored by the student organization known as AMET.) A high-altitude balloon launch Nov. 16 was...
Published: November 17, 2013
Knoy Hall of Technology is now generating a portion of its own electricity via solar photovoltaic arrays on its roof. It is the first building on Purdue’s academic campus to have this capability...
Published: November 15, 2013
  Katie Lawson Remarks 2013 Donor Appreciation Dinner Putting students first in all we do.  That’s a statement that has been repeated throughout Dr. Bertoline’s two and a half years as dean...
Published: November 15, 2013
Purdue University's College of Technology has received more than $2 million from the Luis Hochschild Plaut and Rodolfo Beeck Navarro Trust to expand global education partnerships in South America...
Published: November 14, 2013
Classroom technology and teaching practices may change over time, but a central goal of effective instruction remains the same: Provide opportunities for students to take charge of their own...
Published: November 14, 2013
Thousands of federal government and electric utility employees are conducting a two-day exercise (GridEx II) to examine the impacts of, and possible responses to, a nationwide collapse of the...
Published: November 14, 2013
Stephen Elliott talked with the Associated Press recently about the rising use of biometrics for individual security, replacing the need for passwords. He is the director of the International...
Published: November 12, 2013
Purdue President Mitch Daniels, who became Purdue’s 12th president in January, told Business First this week that university officials are exploring a possible rebranding of some of its operations...
Published: November 08, 2013
Professors Gene Harding and John Piller, who both teach for the Purdue College of Technology at South Bend, volunteer their time to help local FIRST LEGO League (FLL) teams. Harding coaches a...
Published: November 05, 2013
From its sleek computer labs to spacious interior to students slaving over lines of code, there is little to distinguish Tecnologia Superior University’s (TECSUP) campus from that of a modern...
Published: November 05, 2013
The November/December edition of Purdue Alumnus delves into President Mitch Daniels's Purdue Moves, which include the creation of the Purdue Polytechnic Institute (PPI) in the College of Technology...
Published: November 05, 2013
The College of Technology is one of several partners with Krannert School of Management in offering a 16-month Weekend STEM MBA in Chicago. The first students in the program will start in 2015. The...
Published: November 04, 2013
Dominique Vaughn has many responsibilities vying for her attention. In addition to her work with Purdue's 21st Century Scholar Corp Program, she is studying for her master's degree in aviation...
Published: November 04, 2013
The Arvin Fabrication Lab has two new machines to help the Purdue College of Technology expose students to a variety of manufacturing experiences in its manufacturing methods classes. (Photo:...
Published: October 31, 2013
Lisa Lewis knows from experience that Purdue's elite aviation technology program can give alumni a head start when they seek jobs as professional pilots. In fact, Lewis -- who is Purdue's...
Published: October 31, 2013
(Photo: Gary Bertoline, dean of the College of Technology, uses a coaching analogy to help explain how the college is transforming with the help of faculty and staff.) Six weeks after Purdue...
Published: October 30, 2013

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