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How Purdue astronaut Loral O’Hara fulfilled her childhood space dreams
Since completing astronaut training in 2020, Loral O’Hara has been waiting for her flight to space. It’s finally coming.
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.
Professor’s passion inspires civil engineers to build a better world
Marika Santagata has received the Charles B. Murphy Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award for her approach to educating civil engineers.
Blazing a trail in nuclear engineering
Destiny White didn’t set out to become Purdue’s first Black female nuclear engineering graduate, but she did just that.
Audrey Powers ‘overwhelmed’ to join Purdue’s Cradle of Astronauts
By performing vital engineering work during Blue Origin’s New Shepard flight, Audrey Powers qualified as Purdue’s third commercial astronaut and 27th member of the Cradle of Astronauts.