The Purdue College of Technology at Lafayette is one of two university partners with Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc., in the new SIA Advanced Internship in Manufacturing Program (AIM).
When professor Eric Matson teaches his robotics class, he asks his students a simple question on the first day. Would you consider marrying a robot?
To welcome his new colleague, Andrew Takami gave Indiana University Southeast Chancellor Ray Wallace a symbol of friendly rivalry — a plush Purdue fish swallowing a plush IU fish.
Purdue College of Technology South Bend is proving that the key to engaging more students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is through direct activities, such as its electric go-kart summer camp and high school class demonstrations.
Interns are on the job to learn and to gain real-world experience. Some are paid. Some get class credit. Most are college students.
And more are likely to be visible soon in Wayne County and the surrounding region, according to the Richmond Palladium-Item.
Earlham College, Indiana University East, Ivy Tech Community College and Purdue University College of Technology at Richmond all are seeking to place more of their students in internship situations.
A few months ago, Chris Snively didn't have a job.
Now, he's a student services coordinator at Purdue University College of Technology at Richmond.
Snively gives a lot of credit to the jobs fair he attended at the Kuhlman Center, organized by the Wayne County Task Force on Jobs. He learned a lot at the fair, and he shares tips for others who attend.
For one week every summer, east-central Wisconsin becomes the site of the greatest spectacle in aviation. EAA’s Air Venture in Oshkosh draws a half-million people from all over the world – including aviation fans and aeronautics businesses from Indiana.
The Purdue College of Technology in New Albany hosted students from the local YMCA summer camp this week, and southern Indiana's News and Tribune followed them on their tour.
The publication published photos of the students during demonstrations of robotics and a laser machine. View the photos and brief write-up on the News and Tribune web site.
The Purdue College of Technology in New Albany and the YMCA of Southern Indiana have begun a partnership to incorporate STEM subjects into summer programs and other youth programs.
Andrew Takami, director of the Purdue location off Charlestown Road, said while he’s trying to give the college more exposure in the community, he’s also trying to find ways to meet the needs of other organizations in the area.