From the Chancellor

Introducing… Dear Colleagues, No one has to tell any of us there is much being reported about our campus. Some of us might even suggest that, thanks to the many ways we communicate the vast array of … [Read more...]

Learning through engagement and discovery

Experiential learning in liberal arts For those who wonder what experiential learning opportunities are available for students of political science and other social sciences/liberal arts … [Read more...]

Web Accessibility Demystified

Web Accessibility demystified It’s the buzz on campus this spring – Web Accessibility.  A little confusing, a little daunting and a little mysterious – but once you get to know it better, you’ll fin … [Read more...]

PUC athletes advance literacy in Hammond grade schools through R-Dub Club

While our Peregrines women’s and men’s basketball players performed to the best of their abilities on the court this season, these student-athletes also are reaching out impressively into the cla … [Read more...]

Instructor by day, handyman by night

By BRANDON HAYES (Staff Writer) Purdue Calumet Professor of Psychology David Pick and his wife Velda have lived in their house on Knickerbocker Avenue, one block west of campus, for the past six … [Read more...]

New email blast system

Changes will be made regarding how our bulk e-mail distribution system works. As of February 27, a new list titled Purdue-Calumet-Announce replaced the #E Everyone list as the official e-mail … [Read more...]