Student researchers featured on Chicago WGN TV News

WGN reporter with student researchers Wenchao Lu and Phillip Arteaga

Can learning and long term memory be enhanced by brain stimulation? Through a Purdue University Calumet Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering research project, two students—graduate enrollee Wenchao Lu and electrical engineering undergraduate/McNair Scholar Phillip Arteaga—are attempting to find out and, in the process, advance new knowledge. The students are researching the effects of low […]

1,486 Purdue University Calumet Students Earn Dean’s List Honors

Some 1,436 Purdue University Calumet undergraduate students qualified for the university’s 2014 spring semester Dean’s List for outstanding academic achievement. Students who have completed 12 credit hours, including at least six during the spring semester, qualified for Dean’s List recognition by sustaining an overall grade point average of at least 3.5 and a semester grade […]

Purdue University Opens Northwest Indiana Engagement Office

Tim Sanders Photo

  Timothy Sanders to direct office, support regional campus efforts   As a point of contact for connecting Purdue University expertise with priorities of Northwest Indiana business, industry and government, university administrator Timothy Sanders has assumed a new role as Director of Purdue’s newly-established Northwest Indiana Engagement Office. Sanders, who began his new duties Tuesday […]

Purdue Calumet Educational Talent Search Hosting ‘Project Excel’ 7/21-8/1

Purdue University Calumet’s Educational Talent Search program is hosting a free enrichment program July 21 through Aug. 1 designed to enhance reading, mathematical and technology skills for incoming seventh and eighth graders. The program, called Project Excel, will offer project-based activities in STEM-related disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics for qualified students. Participants will […]

Purdue Calumet students take 1st place in AISTech 2014 steel conference contest

CIVS Students Take 1st Place in AISTech 2014 Steel Conference Contest

Three Purdue University Calumet engineering students earned first place in the recent 2014 AISTech (Association for Iron & Steel Technology) Conference competition for an applied research project in which they identified a problem and solution for steel manufacturer ArcelorMittal. Hannah Amor of Plymouth, Stephen Builta of Munster and Michael Garcia of St. John were victorious […]