High school teachers, counselors and students are invited to apply to SPIRIT, two summer programs that teach participants how to use information technology (IT) and software tools in useful and interesting ways.
Six Able Flight scholarship winners will arrive at Purdue University May 19 to begin five weeks of intensive flight and ground training, an experience that will change their lives forever. The six men come from all over the country, and though their disabilities and challenges may be varied, they share a passion for becoming a pilot.
The circle of every technology student’s life could soon start and end as part of a mentoring experience. Mentoring programs for organizations and departments within the college are helping first-year students with successful transitions to the rigors of college classes. And upperclassmen are benefitting from the experience along the way.