Tuesday evening (9/16), Purdue University Calumet became aware of a vulnerability in one of its information systems that includes student information. This vulnerability was addressed immediately upon its discovery.
The university is investigating how the vulnerability occurred and over what period of time. The types of data that may have been affected by the vulnerability include ...read more ... Information system vulnerability addressed
HAMMOND, Ind. — After a strong defensive effort in goal against a talented offensive front in Judson University, Purdue University Calumet freshman goalkeeper Miguel David was named the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week, announced Tuesday.
David (Spring Valley, Calif./Bonita Vista) stopped four ...read more ... David Earns CCAC Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week
Purdue University Calumet will host a signing of Purdue University North Central Chancellor James B. Dworkin’s recently published children’s book, “The Dog and The Dolphin,” from noon to 1 p.m., Friday (9/19) in the Calumet Campus Shop of the Student Union & Library.
Preceding signing, ...read more ... Purdue Calumet hosts signing Friday (9/19) of North Central Chancellor Dworkin’s book
Purdue University Calumet observes Constitution Day Wednesday (9/17) with a free presentation about the challenges, confrontations, debates and compromises of America’s founding fathers in their development of the U.S. Constitution.
Associate Professor of History Wendy St. Jean presents “The Birth of the U.S. Constitution: Ideology vs. Compromise” at 12:30 p.m. in YJean Chambers Theatre of the ...read more ... Purdue Calumet hosts Constitution Day presentation Wednesday (9/17)
Traditional Chinese cuisine, singing, dancing, games and sporting activities are included in Purdue University Calumet’s eighth annual Chinese Moon Festival celebration, at 6 p.m., Friday, Sept. 19 on campus in the Fitness and Recreation Center.
Community residents invited
University faculty, staff, students and members of the northwest Indiana community are invited to the attend the three-hour festival, ...read more ... Purdue Calumet to host ‘Chinese Moon Festival’ Sept. 19
The Community Hospital of Munster, Indiana has stepped up a partnership recently established with Purdue University Calumet in support of the university’s intercollegiate athletics program.
The partnership includes improvement and expansion of campus-based training services for student-athletes, including development of an outpatient physical therapy clinic within the university’s Fitness and Recreation Center. Physical therapy also will ...read more ... Community Hospital contributes to enhanced Purdue Calumet athletics training facility
HAMMOND, Ind. — Three Purdue University Calumet faculty members have received the university’s 2013-14 Outstanding Faculty Awards—for teaching, scholarship and service.
The recipients are Associate Professor of Organizational Leadership and Supervision, Schererville resident and Kamakura, Japan native Shoji Nakayama (Outstanding Teaching); Hammond resident and Professor of Sociology Alan Spector (Outstanding Scholar); and Clinical Associate Professor of ...read more ... Purdue University Calumet recognizes 3 ‘Outstanding Faculty’
HAMMOND, Ind. — Claiming his first-ever collegiate cross country meet title Sept. 6, Purdue University Calumet’s Salvador Cordova was awarded Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week honors on Wednesday, when the league office made the announcement.
The honor was the first CCAC Runner ...read more ... Sal Cordova Named CCAC Runner of the Week
More than 2,000 students enjoyed free food, games, music, and giveaways, plus learned about campus organizations and programs at Purdue University Calumet’s annual Student Convocation Thursday (8/28).
Held outdoors in Founders Plaza on a ...read more ... Students welcomed back at 2014 Convocation
Associate Professor of English Mita Choudhury directed a cultural immersion learning opportunity in London this summer. Students Greg Goode and Sarah Heming earned Outstanding Coordinator/Leader and Outstanding Citizen-Student awards, respectively, for their achievements during the Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture course.
The course is part of Purdue University Calumet’s experiential learning program, in which all students ...read more ... Students experience literature, culture in London