Purdue University Calumet hosted some 200 Latino high school students from Hammond, East Chicago and Whiting high schools Friday (1/23) at a conference designed to encourage them to obtain a college education.read more ... Purdue Calumet hosted conference for Latino HS students Friday (1/23)
Nineteen teams of high school and middle school students will compete in the Purdue University Calumet Science Olympiad, Saturday, Jan. 31, on campus.read more ... Purdue Calumet hosts NWI regional Science Olympiad Jan. 31
A campus visit by a Civil Rights activist, Freedom Rider and offspring of Ku Klux Klan members highlights Purdue University Calumet’s Martin Luther King Jr. observance Jan. 27-29.read more ... Purdue Calumet MLK observance features Civil Rights activist/Freedom Rider
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.read more ... Purdue University Calumet 2014 year in review
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.read more ... Purdue Calumet introducing 2 engineering master’s degrees
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 industrial ...read more ... Purdue Calumet senior engineering students seek employer projects
Twenty Purdue University Calumet students have been inducted into the university’s recently established Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society.
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 Shelton, Hammond; ...read more ... 20 Purdue Calumet students inducted into English honor society
Chris White, publisher of The Times of Northwest Indiana Media Company, urged Purdue University Calumet graduates Thursday (12/18) to “do something great” and “always aim for the WOW!”
White delivered the Commencement address to some 435 baccalaureate and master’s degree recipients during morning and afternoon graduation ceremonies on campus in the Fitness & Recreation Center.
Morning and ...read more ... Purdue Calumet recognizes fall graduating class of 767 Thursday (12/18)
Purdue University Calumet has taken another step in furthering green, sustainable initiatives by installing two electric vehicle charging stations on campus.read more ... Purdue Calumet introduces electric vehicle charging stations
Purdue University Calumet women’s basketball head coach Tom Megyesi can add another honor to his storied career, as the eighth-year head coach was one of 10 selected to the 2015 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Women’s Induction Class, as announced by the organization’s board of directors Tuesday.read more ... Tom Megyesi Named to Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame