Purdue University Calumet’s Riley Child Center has earned re-accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Accreditation by NAEYC implies Purdue Calumet’s center has demonstrated a safe and healthy environment, staffed by well-trained teachers who use a curriculum that is appropriately challenging and developmentally sound for active learners. The Riley Child Center has ...read more ... Purdue Calumet Riley Child Center gains NAEYC re-accreditation
The Dean of Purdue University Calumet’s College of Technology has assumed additional responsibilities as Executive Director of the university’s emerging Commercialization and Manufacturing Excellence Center.read more ... Purdue Calumet Dean heading emerging Commercialization and Manufacturing Center
Freshman goalkeeper Miguel David earned his second and the Purdue University Calumet men’s soccer team’s fourth Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week award of the season as announced by the league office Oct. 28.read more ... Purdue Calumet men’s soccer goalkeeper earns 2nd conference Player of the Week honor
One of the most frequently asked questions parents have about college campuses relates to safety. Purdue University Calumet was reminded of that during a recent Parents Day on campus.read more ... Encouraging intervention for a safer campus community
Purdue University Calumet, with help from some of its friends at nearby Purdue University North Central, showcased 104 faculty research projects during Faculty Research and Scholarship Day on campus Oct. 21.read more ... Purdue Calumet celebrates faculty research
More than 100 faculty research projects will be featured when Purdue University Calumet hosts Faculty Research and Scholarship Day Tuesday (10/21) on campus in Alumni Hall of the Student Union & Library.read more ... Purdue Calumet to host Faculty Research and Scholarship Day Tuesday (10/21)
A photographic exhibit of Latina families engaging in the traditional Quinceañera celebration will be presented by local photographer Tom Hocker at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 22 in Room 110 of Purdue University Calumet’s Classroom Office Building.
The photographs, taken in Northwest Indiana and Central America, depict the traditional celebration of the 15th birthday of Latina family ...read more ... Quinceañera celebration featured in photos at Purdue Calumet Oct. 22
HAMMOND, Ind. — Erika Brinkman’s performance in two league victories last week helped the junior goalkeeper earn the Purdue University Calumet women’s soccer team its first Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference weekly award in program history.read more ... Brinkman Earns Women's Soccer First CCAC Weekly Honor
“How to Talk about the Value of the Humanities in the Age of the Corporate University” will be discussed at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 23 in Purdue University Calumet’s Gyte Building, Room 103.
Contemporary form of humanities education
Paul Jay, author, professor of English and Fellow at Loyola (Ill.) University’s Center for Interdisciplinary Thinking, will promote a ...read more ... The Humanities Today to be discussed at Purdue Calumet Oct. 23
Purdue University Calumet’s College of Business has received $30,754 of a $54,000+ collaborative grant from Foundations of East Chicago to provide self-leadership training to help East Chicago middle school students realize their potential for successful futures.
Teaming with Junior Achievement Northwest Indiana Operations and the Northwest Indiana chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management, Purdue ...read more ... Purdue Calumet College of Business providing leadership training to EC middle schoolers