Two top winners at the 2018 Hyde Park Forum Three top winners at 2018 BEA Gold award at 2018 AVA’s for The Roundtable Perspective Hyde Park Forum The Speak-Off Winners 1st Place Hannah Scheffer (Communication Major) Speech Topic: Child Marriage – Speech Title: You’re How Old? 2nd Place Anna Jones (Nursing Major, COM 114 student) Speech Topic: Why You […]
Six members of the Pioneer newspaper took home a combined eleven awards at the Indiana Collegiate Press Association competition, Division II non-daily newspapers! This was for the 2016 calendar year and out of 3,000 students. First place, Best Breaking News Reporting, Cain Buchmeier, “Taking pride in new mascot” – March 28, 2016 First place, Best […]
Congratulations to Professor Neil Nemeth who was presented with Advisor of the Year for his work with the PNW Pioneer. Dr. Nemeth is also currently serving as Interim Associate Dean to the College of Humanties, Education, and Social Sciences.
The PNW Communication & Creative Arts Department strives to build connections between the university and local communities. On Jan. 15, students from six Indiana high schools visited the Hammond campus for the first annual speech tournament hosted by CCA. PNW Hosts Speech Tournament
Students of Dr. Shari LeMonnier’s fall 2016 painting class displayed their work at the CHESS Art Gallery on Dec. 8 in the first student-run art show. The exhibit featured works created by individual students as well as a collaborative piece inspired by the environment. PNW to host first student-run art show
Artist and world traveler Dr. Shari LeMonnier, who has been teaching art for more than 20 years, joined PNW’s Department of Communication and Creative Arts in fall 2016. Click the link above to read her full bio! Professor shares passion of art with students
In Purdue University Northwest’s performing arts graduate class led by Dr. Theresa Carilli, students put their main focus on autoethnography — a form of qualitative research in which an individual uses self-reflection to connect their personal experiences to larger cultural meanings. PNW graduate students focus of performance arts
Local high school student chess players gathered at Purdue University Northwest’s Hammond campus on Sept. 24 for the first PNW High School Chess Challenge. The event was sponsored by the Communication & Creative Arts Department in collaboration with the School City of Hammond. Chess players compete at local University