Purdue Calumet Professor & Alumnus Produce U.S. Patent

George Nnanna

Efforts by Purdue University Calumet Professor of Mechanical Engineering George Nnanna and engineering alumnus Hasnain Jalal have produced a U.S. patent for the university and its Water Institute. Nnanna, director of the Water Institute, head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and a Crown Point resident, and Jalal of Chittagong, Bangladesh, developed an oxazine-based Optical […]

Community residents gain insider perspectives at 27th annual Working Smarter… program

(from left) Amber Garrett and Heather Runyan

An audience of nearly 100 gained insightful information presented by Purdue Calumet staff and faculty members at the university’s Working Smarter to Be Job Marketable program June 24. University experts made topical presentations, provided personal follow-up with attendees and fielded job search and career-related questions during a panel discussion. Pictured, from left, are panel participants […]

Purdue Calumet Vice Chancellor Also Assuming Responsibilities at Purdue North Central

Vice Chancellor Sarah Howard

The role of Purdue University Calumet Vice Chancellor of Information Services Sarah E. Howard has been expanded to include I.S. oversight at Purdue University North Central. Effective immediately, Howard becomes the fifth administrator to assume responsibilities at both campuses since the Feb. 26 announcement of intentions to unify Purdue Calumet and Purdue North Central. A […]

Working Smarter 2014

Professor Geralyn Farley providing insight

Learn how to improve job/career marketability at Purdue Calumet program June 24 HAMMOND, Ind. — Purdue University Calumet is hosting a program to help region residents become more job- and career-marketable. The 27th annual Working Smarter to be Job Marketable program, co-sponsored by The Times, is scheduled at 6 p.m., Tuesday, June 24 in Alumni […]

Engineering Summer Camp

Purdue Calumet Engineering Summer Camp for middle, high school students is 7/21-25 HAMMOND, Ind. – Building an air conditioner, learning how airplanes fly, making and testing concrete, and gaining insights into how tall buildings are designed are in store for middle and high school students who participate in Purdue University Calumet’s Engineering Summer Camp July […]