Purdue University seniors Lily Bishop and Grant Wood were selected as the 2018 Homecoming Royalty winners during Homecoming festivities on Saturday (Sept. 22).
Purdue alumnus and former trustee Bruce White and his wife, Beth, along with the Dean and Barbara White Foundation, have announced that they will donate $30 million to Purdue University.
A groundbreaking alumnus of Purdue University helped break ground Friday (Sept. 21) on SEL Purdue, a 100,000-square-foot facility for electric power research that will support 300-plus new high-tech jobs and serve as an anchor in the university’s Discovery Park District.
With cyberattacks increasingly becoming more sophisticated and more expensive for corporations, Purdue is bringing together its world-class cybersecurity faculty and staff to deliver education and training activities to 2,000 global Infosys employees.
Purdue fans and beer enthusiasts will rejoice this weekend as the university, in collaboration with People’s Brewing Co., rolls out Boiler Black beer.
Alcoholism and depression often go hand-in-hand.
Student dedication and a special Giant Leaps announcement
An innovation-minded group on the Purdue campus is inviting fellow students to venture into entrepreneurship during an intensive weekend of competition where problem-solving prototypes can win prizes.
WellSource Nutraceuticals, a startup located in Purdue Research Park of Northwest Indiana, has launched an all-natural supplement that is shown to boost the body’s natural immune responses acting as a shield against potential allergens.
Neil Armstrong’s voice crackled over the NASA feed almost 50 years ago from the surface of the moon as he proclaimed '… One giant leap for mankind.' It is probably the best-known giant leap in the world, but Purdue’s faculty, students and alumni continue to strive making giant leaps to solve the world’s greatest challenges.
Caleigh Roleck and Chrishan Fernando, students in the Purdue Honors College and College of Science, each earned a 2018-19 Astronaut Scholarship.
Groundbreaking for Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, a 100,000-square-foot-facility for electric power research.
Astronaut Andrew J. 'Drew' Feustel is just one Purdue University alumnus chronicling his giant leaps in a new video feature celebrating the university’s 150th anniversary.
Standing on their own: Purdue body support device helps people learn to walk again after a stroke, trauma
A Purdue University researcher with a passion to use engineering technology to improve health care has created a weight support system to help people suffering from walking disabilities after a stroke. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says about 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke each year, and it is the leading cause of disability in older adults.
In the movie 'Terminator 2,' the T-1000 robot pours itself through the ceiling of an elevator.
Homecoming and a happy 150th birthday to Purdue: Full week of activities to kick off yearlong Giant Leaps festival
An always special time of year will be a little bit more so this year for alumni who built lasting memories of their time at Purdue on their way to career success, and for students who are looking to do the same.
Purdue University’s College of Liberal Arts is introducing a new program that will allow students to complete two bachelor’s degrees without extending their time to graduate.
Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine establishes National Academy for Veterinary Medicine with federal grant to increase diversity in profession and address veterinarian shortages
With help from a new federal grant, the Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine is stepping up to expand access to the veterinary profession for talented individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds and address the need for more veterinarians serving rural areas and protecting food safety.
Purdue Online Learning will host a series of events, Oct. 9-12, with the aim of bringing more awareness of its online educational programs.
The methods for implementing safe water supplies in developing countries might also apply to the Carolinas during Hurricane Florence, says a Purdue University water supply and sanitation expert.