Purdue University Calumet’s Fitness and Recreation Center will be closed the week of August 11-16, as a modernization and cleaning project is underway to better serve Fitness Center members.read more ... Purdue Calumet Fitness and Recreation Center Upgrading
Purdue University Calumet will host its third annual Stand Down from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 8 at the Indiana National Guard Limited Army Aviation Support Facility, 6289 Industrial Highway, Gary (near the Gary Airport).
The event will offer services to veterans and their families including employment information, counseling services, health screenings, medical ...read more ... Purdue University Calumet's From Boots to Books hosts 2014 Stand Down
WANTED: small business employers for which Purdue University Calumet business students can provide free consulting this fall.
As part of the university’s experiential learning initiative, groups of three to five senior students enrolled in the Small Business Consulting course will join faculty members and business owner advisors to form consulting teams that serve individual client companies.read more ... Free Purdue Calumet student consulting services available to small business owners
For the fourth consecutive year, students and graduates of Purdue University Calumet’s marriage and family therapy master’s degree program have been recognized nationally and statewide.
Alumni Jonathan Kimmes of Winona, Minn. and Jennie Sawyer Murphy of Simpsonville, SC earned two of three annual research thesis awards presented by the American Association for Marriage and Family ...read more ... Purdue Calumet Marriage and Family Therapy Students, Alumni Honored
Alverno Clinical Laboratory of Hammond in collaboration with employees comprised of Friends of St. Francis Mission Committee recently donated $772.37 in proceeds from Alverno’s recent hot dog sale to Purdue University Calumet’s From Boots to Books Program. (FBBP)
From Boots to Books is an academic support program that assists veteran and enlisted students and family in ...read more ... Alverno Lab, Friends of St. Francis Committee Donate to Purdue Calumet Program
National hunger awareness program Canstruction gave Purdue University Calumet and Purdue North Central engineering students the opportunity to help teams of local middle school students participate in the fight to combat hunger. Canstruction project students compete to build themed structures entirely out of canned ...read more ... Students use 3D simulation to help youth fight hunger
PURDUE NEWS SERVICE
July 18, 2014
James B. Dworkin, chancellor of Purdue ...read more ... Purdue Northwest Chosen as Name for Unified Regional Campus
Four Purdue University Calumet fitness management students have received 2014-15 scholarships awarded by the university’s Department of Fitness, Wellness and Recreational Sports.
Christine Lewandowski of Whiting received the $1,500 Jennie Hamilton Endowed Scholarship, while Madisen Redar of Schererville, Brittany Olson of St. John and Tyler Borgman of Lafayette gained $1,000 John Friend Endowed Scholarships.
Jennie Hamilton Scholarship ...read more ... Purdue Calumet Announces Fitness Management Scholarship Recipients
Understanding how and why white collar, occupational fraud occurs and how it can be prevented is the focus of a new, graduate certificate program Purdue University Calumet is introducing this fall.
The Forensic Accounting & Fraud Investigation Certificate is a four-course program intended for business owners, accountants, auditors, risk managers, law enforcement officials, lawyers and other ...read more ... Purdue Calumet Introducing ‘Forensic Accounting & Fraud Investigation’
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 current, transcranial ...read more ... Student researchers featured on Chicago WGN TV News