Sujay Vittal, computer science major, has been accepted for the MIT bootcamp in Brisbane, Australia, February 2019! He is one of 30 students picked globally to attend the prestigious MIT bootcamp.
“I am really excited and I’m looking forward to attending this and representing Purdue University Northwest at the Bootcamp. The bootcamp lasts for a week where the attendees tend to address engineering problems and come up with innovative ideas/solutions as a team. The goal is to build a startup while you’re at the Bootcamp. ” – Sujay Vittal.Continue reading →
For the second year in a row, PNW has ranked among the top 50 Best Engineering Programs (non-doctoral category) by U.S. News & World Report! Congratulations, Purdue Northwest School of Engineering!Continue reading →
We are proud of our students! Learn more about their summer internships.Continue reading →
Charles Steele, (Albert) Karl Larsen (University of Illinois-Chicago), and Daniel Suson are not professional crime scene investigators (CSIs), nor do they play them on TV. They are, however, professional educators with a great deal of collective expertise in forensic science and forensic science training. They help instruct crime scene investigators; and in collaboration with PNW’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS), the three have produced and are “going public” with what may be the next generation in CSI training: an immersive, 3D virtual reality training environment and program, in which users must properly locate, identify, and collect evidence in a way that would be legally acceptable in the real world.Continue reading →
Meden Isaac-Lam, associate professor in the Department of Chemistry and Physics at Purdue University Northwest, led the Purdue research team that has developed a new technology that may change how one of the most aggressive types of breast cancer is treated.Continue reading →
Purdue University Northwest (PNW) and PNW’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS) are excited to announce a $100,000 grant from NiSource Inc., the parent company of NIPSCO and Columbia Gas companies. The grant furthers innovative, student-engaged research and education in the area of first responder and workplace safety.Continue reading →
The College of Engineering and Sciences commencement ceremony will be May 5, 2018 at 3 p.m. at the Hammond Campus.Continue reading →
For the 28th consecutive year, Purdue University Northwest will host the regional Northwest Indiana Science Olympiad on Saturday, Feb. 10. More than 20 student teams from Northwest Indiana middle schools and high schools will compete at the Hammond Campus, 2200 169th Street, for a spot at the final championship in March.Continue reading →
Join us Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018!
Women’s Game vs. Davenport – 5 p.m.
Men’s Game vs. Davenport – 7 p.m.
Location: H.D. Kesling Gymnasium, James B. Dworkin Complex, WestvilleContinue reading →