Congratulations to our Human Development & Family Studies Master’s program on their new Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) designation! Newly enrolled students of this program now qualify to complete a CFLE-approved program application. Read more about it in the Purdue University Northwest News.
PNW had 11 students participate in the American Model United Nations International Conference Nov. 18-21, 2017 at the Chicago Sheraton. This is Dr. Rinker’s 7th year taking a Model UN Team to AMUN and she does so as part of POL 433 International Organizations (EXL) Model UN. AMUN is the second largest Model UN Conference in the […]
Six students in the Marriage and Family Therapy program received honors at the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy National Conference in Atlanta from October 5 to 8.
CHESS faculty celebrated “Mayan Procession,” a 14-piece collection of life-sized oil paintings by artist Winifred Godfrey, in an Alumni Hall reception on October 5. The collection depicted figures representative of indigenous groups in their attire unique to villages in Guatemala.
Yueqi Zhang, associate professor of communication, received an international and a national award for his watercolor paintings recently.
Broadcasting students will have the benefit of up-to-date facilities after a significant upgrade was made to the equipment and infrastructure last summer.
The Roundtable Perspective, the weekly television show produced by the Communication and Creative Arts Department, received a 2017 Communicator Award recently from the Academy of Interactive Arts.
Magdalena Madrigal, a senior majoring in political science, won a 2017 Verizon Intern of the Year Scholarship for her work in the Indiana Senate.
Twenty teachers from Northwest Indiana school districts will receive advanced training for instructing fifth through twelfth grade students in argument writing thanks to the receipt of a recent federal grant by CHESS faculty.
The College of Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences has two exciting events lined up on Thursday, October 5th in honor of Hispanic Heritage month.
At 12:30pm in SULB they will welcome guest speaker Dr. Marc Becker, Professor of Latin American History at Truman State University. Becker will lecture on The FBI in Latin America: The Ecuador Files.