David Ching, Author
A long journey home to Purdue
Purdue Global made it possible to finish a degree started in West Lafayette 40 years ago She has lived in numerous states and taken college courses in several of them, but Cynthia Walker Middleton has always had a soft spot …
BGR Entertainment Challenge showcases creativity on campus
After experiencing the BGR Entertainment Challenge, new students might contemplate how personal interests can influence their career path.
Purdue Global alumna aims to create change in her community as a nurse
Ashley Tippins’ desire to serve patients’ needs motivated her to relentlessly pursue three nursing credentials via Purdue Global.
Purdue Global couple celebrates graduation milestone together
James and Tracy Ly Scott commemorated years of teamwork when crossing the stage together to accept their Purdue Global diplomas.
Facilitating communication across generations
Through their teaching, research and clinical work, Purdue’s speech-language pathologists address a variety of factors that can disrupt the communication process.
Purdue University Global alumna finds unexpected passion for nursing
The Krystal Dabon of 2022 is a far different person from the one who entered the nursing profession two decades ago.
Meeting students’ needs, wherever they are
Life could have gotten in the way for these Purdue University Global alumni, but they persistently pursued their academic goals.
Chance encounter reveals Purdue engineers’ remarkable connection
Umesh Patel unexpectedly met a beneficiary of Cook Biotech’s SIS technology on the night Purdue named him a distinguished alumnus.
From the grandstands to pit row
A young Nathan O’Rourke could list every Indianapolis 500 winner since 1911. Since then, he’s worked with some of the best known names in IndyCar and is currently living out his racing dreams.
Renovations modernize PMU dining level while celebrating Purdue’s history
The Purdue Memorial Union’s renovated ground floor looks like an entirely different space to most visitors. But when they see the many nods to Purdue and PMU history embedded within the new layout, even staunch Purdue traditionalists can find elements …
Training students’ brains
As far back as Milind Kulkarni can remember, he wanted to be the student in class who knew the answers to all of the teacher’s questions. As an instructor, he is driven by pursuit of the a-ha moment where a …
Connecting students with the cosmos
Danny Milisavljevic dreams of giving every Purdue undergraduate student the opportunity to look through a telescope before they graduate. With the new Astro-Boilermaker Telescope and observatory at his disposal, Milisavljevic might someday be able to provide that invaluable learning opportunity.