Student success, collaborations highlight Wodicka’s legacy at Purdue
From the beginning, George Wodicka believed a strong academic foundation would enhance Purdue biomedical engineering’s external success.
Purdue University has been named one of Fast Company’s top 20 Most Innovative Companies of 2023, alongside companies like NASA and McDonald’s.
Purdue Global combines prestige and accessibility for working adults looking to take the next step in their career.
A tradition of opportunity
Purdue University was created to serve the people of Indiana and beyond through research, teaching and engagement.
Finding a place to belong with Purdue Polytechnic High Schools
Because of the small classes and connection with coaches, PPHS had an immediate appeal for Sanai Johnson.
An open classroom environment fuels curiosity
Looking back at who he was his freshman year of high school, Medger Hansboro can barely believe his own transformation.
Podcast Ep. 83: IndyCar Engineers, Purdue Alums Talk Team Penske Legacy and Indy 500
In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we’re talking to Matt Kuebel and Mike Koenigs, Team Penske IndyCar engineers and Purdue University alums. Listen as Matt (BS mechanical engineering ’22) and Mike (MS aeronautical and astronautical engineering ’03) discuss their …
Developing persistence at Purdue Polytechnic High Schools
Jay Williams started dreaming about attending Purdue University after seeing a commercial for the engineering program at 8 years old.
Purdue Global Spring 2023 Commencement
Ceremonies, receptions and dinners took place on Purdue’s campus in West Lafayette, Indiana, on May 5-6. Graduates enjoyed every event surrounded by family and friends. After all of their work, Purdue Global has prepared them for more – more opportunity, …
An exclusive IndyCar partnership: Behind the scenes of Purdue’s work with Juncos Hollinger Racing
Not every internship showcases your work at 200 mph on national television. Purdue’s exclusive internship with Juncos does.
‘Purdue Global moved me forward’
Lauren had a vision for her life. This is the story of the detours – and comebacks – along the way.
Harnessing the power of social media for preventive health
Soojung Jo had just completed her master’s in nursing informatics at Seoul National University when the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) outbreak spread through South Korea in 2015. At the time, Jo was working in the Gyeonggi Infectious Control Center, …
Purdue’s connection to the Indy 500’s beloved milk tradition
Five of the last six Indy 500 winners received their celebratory milk from Indiana dairy farmers who graduated from Purdue.
Podcast Ep. 82: Purdue Institute for Cancer Research Raises $100,000 in Annual Challenge 5K
In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” the podcast team is taking our listeners behind the scenes during the Purdue Institute for Cancer Research’s 15th annual Challenge 5K run/walk. More than 900 runners and walkers participated in this year’s Challenge, …
Purdue blazed a historic trail in computer science and still pushes the field forward
On Oct. 24, 1962, Purdue’s Board of Trustees approved creating the nation’s first academic computer science department.
Reducing tobacco use among industry-targeted populations
Bukola Usidame, an assistant professor in Purdue University’s Department of Public Health, researches socioeconomic disparities in tobacco use. “I’m particularly interested in the populations targeted by the tobacco industry which include low socioeconomic status, minorities and adolescents.”