Purdue University Calumet’s Department of English and Philosophy is playing a lead role in hosting an international conference for scholars.
Several unprecedented national achievements, the awarding of its 50,000th degree and preliminary planning to unify with Purdue University North Central highlighted a momentous 2014 for Purdue University Calumet.
Purdue University Calumet will introduce two graduate engineering degree programs in January.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education recently granted Purdue Calumet approval to offer Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering and in Electrical and Computer Engineering effective with the upcoming spring semester. Classes begin Jan. 12.
In preparation for industrial employment, Purdue University Calumet senior engineering students are seeking employer projects to tackle. As enrollees in a capstone course that simulates a real world, engineering environment, the students form teams of two to four members to manage and complete and/or solve an employer project. The students receive guidance from academic and […]
Twenty Purdue University Calumet students have been inducted into the university’s recently established Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society. Indiana inductees Inductees from Indiana communities, listed alphabetically are: Henry Dylan of Cedar Lake; PennyJo Veatch, Chesterton; Kristina Rachowicz and Jacob Zatorski, Crown Point; Jessica VanKley, Dyer; Jason Miller, Griffith; Jacalyn M. Brabbs and Kevin […]