OBIT: Prof. Daniel Yovich

Dan Yovich

OBIT: Retired Purdue Calumet professor, inventor & entrepreneur Dan Yovich Daniel (Dan) Yovich, who earned outstanding teaching awards, created mathematics games and was nationally-recognized in academe and industry as an applied creativity instructor before retiring from Purdue University Calumet in 2000, died Friday (5/10) after a lengthy illness. He was 83.

OBIT: Purdue Calumet professor, former department head Essaid Bouktache

Professor Bouktache

A long time Purdue University Calumet engineering technology professor and former department head died unexpectedly Tuesday (8/28).

OBIT: Purdue Calumet professor emeritus Clement S. Stacy, III

Clement S. Stacy, III

Professor Emeritus Clement S. Stacy III, age 76, of Hammond, IN, passed away November 1, 2011 after a long illness. Stacy taught at Purdue University Calumet for 40 years. He taught his last class during the 2011 spring semester.

Late Professor John Maniotes honored

Late Purdue Calumet Professor John Maniotes, a computing pioneer who taught on our campus for 38 years, will be inducted posthumously on the Northwest Indiana South Shore Wall of Legends at 6 p.m. Thursday (12/9) at the Indiana Welcome Center, Hammond (Kennedy Avenue & Interstate 80/94). His recognition is based on exploration, courage, creativity and […]

OBIT: Retired PUC administrator, professor A.D. (Dick) Sander

Sander A.D

A.D. (Dick) Sander, a former Munster resident and respected administrator and professor, who played a key leadership role during Purdue University Calumet’s formative years of the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s, died Saturday, Aug. 14 following an illness. He was 84.