Students study language and culture in Spain

Spanish and Foreign Language students with their certificates of achievement

Seven Purdue University Calumet students who participated in a foreign language and cultural immersion program in Spain this past summer added a digital reflection component to their experience. “Studying abroad changed my life forever,” Purdue University Calumet junior Kevin Kantz said. Studying at the Universidad de Extremadura in the city of Caceres, students stayed with host […]

Alex Cordova Claims CCAC Runner of the Week Honors

Alex (front) and Sal Cordova

HAMMOND, Ind. — With his solid finish in last week’s stellar field at the annual Indiana Collegiate Championships, Purdue University Calumet sophomore Alex Cordova captured yet another Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Runner of the Week honor for the Peregrines men’s cross country program, as announced by the league Wednesday.  Cordova (Hobart, Ind./Hobart) claims only the second […]

Purdue Calumet’s College of Nursing gains elite national recognition

Purdue Calumet nurses working on SIM children

HAMMOND, Ind.  — Purdue University Calumet’s College of Nursing received one of nursing education’s elite recognitions last weekend when it was named a Center of Excellence by the National League for Nursing. The Purdue Calumet College is among six nursing programs to have received the honor Friday (9/19) at the NLN’s Annual Education Summit and […]

David Earns CCAC Men’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week

Miguel David

HAMMOND, Ind. — After a strong defensive effort in goal against a talented offensive front in Judson University, Purdue University Calumet freshman goalkeeper Miguel David was named the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week, announced Tuesday.  David (Spring Valley, Calif./Bonita Vista) stopped four shots in Saturday’s key 1-1 draw against the Eagles, including […]

Purdue University Calumet recognizes 3 ‘Outstanding Faculty’

HAMMOND, Ind. — Three Purdue University Calumet faculty members have received the university’s 2013-14 Outstanding Faculty Awards—for teaching, scholarship and service. The recipients are Associate Professor of Organizational Leadership and Supervision, Schererville resident and Kamakura, Japan native Shoji Nakayama (Outstanding Teaching); Hammond resident and Professor of Sociology Alan Spector (Outstanding Scholar); and Clinical Associate Professor […]