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HAMMOND | Five Purdue University Calumet employees have received 2012-13 awards for outstanding service to the university.
HAMMOND | Praising their “unique combination of a great education coupled with a work ethic that results from growing up in the ‘region’,” alumnus Jeffery Gardner expressed optimism on the afternoon of May 17 about the future for Purdue University Calumet graduates.
HAMMOND | Igor Manevski is intrigued by animation.
HAMMOND | Few students excuse themselves from the first day of class, but Purdue University Calumet’s Raymond Lukas had a good reason for leaving his Spanish 101 instructor, Barbara Shinovich, a phone message two days before the 2011 fall semester began.”
HAMMOND | The prospect of restoring Gary’s once majestic downtown City Methodist Church after nearly four decades of neglect may seem highly unlikely.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet will honor a graduating class of 943 undergraduate and graduate candidates during Commencement Exercises Sunday at the Radisson Star Plaza Theater.
HAMMOND | Three reasons factored into Alexandria Starr’s decision to attend Purdue University Calumet: opportunities to get a Purdue education, take advantage of Chicago proximity and continue her basketball career..
HAMMOND | Daniel Yovich, who earned outstanding teaching awards, created mathematics games and was nationally-recognized in academe and industry as an applied creativity instructor before retiring from Purdue University Calumet in 2000, died Friday after a lengthy illness. He was 83.
HAMMOND | The Purdue University Calumet School of Nursing recently dedicated its renovated Hospital Simulation Lab, made possible by a $100,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Northwest Indiana.
HAMMOND | Northwest Indiana residents are invited to participate in a public hearing of proposed tuition and fees for the 2013-14 academic year at all Purdue University campuses. The hearing takes place from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on May 22.
HAMMOND | Free tickets are available to a free screening of an inspiring movie, to be presented at Purdue University Calumet Friday morning, about senior citizens who shatter expectations of aging.
HAMMOND | The Purdue University Calumet Charlotte Riley Child Center has openings for its Summer Camp and Kindergarten Boot Camp.
HAMMOND | For the third consecutive year, a team of Purdue University Calumet engineering students recorded a top five finish at NASA’s Great Moonbuggy Race.
HAMMOND | Four Purdue University Calumet civil engineering students collaborated to earn first place for designing the stiffest bridge in the steel bridge competition at the recent Great Lakes Student Conference for engineering students at Trine University.
HAMMOND | A Purdue University Calumet instructional design graduate student has received a complimentary scholarship to attend the American Society for Training & Development International Conference and Exposition in Dallas May 19 through 22.
HAMMOND | To showcase the skills, creativity and development garnered in their visual communication design program, 16 Purdue University Calumet students have created as their senior exhibit, “EMERGE”, which is on display in the gallery of the Student Union & Library through May 9.
HAMMOND | A television script five Purdue University Calumet communication students wrote for their COM 436 Script Writing class last fall earned second place in the national Broadcast Education Association Student Script Writing Competition.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet is offering two continuing education courses for professional engineers.
HAMMOND | To acquaint high school students with job and career opportunities in fields of engineering technology, Purdue University Calumet’s School of Technology is hosting a free summer workshop, Wednesday afternoons, June 12 through July 31.
HAMMOND | An accomplished and versatile, higher education enrollment services professional is joining Purdue University Calumet’s senior leadership team to strategically direct student recruitment and retention efforts and head student affairs.
HAMMOND | Hands-on activities and family tours highlight the annual spring community open house of Purdue University Calumet’s Riley Child Center on April 26.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet alumnus, local businessman, entrepreneur, author and philanthropist Thomas Ray Crowel is supporting an endowed athletics scholarship in honor of his alma mater’s first athletics director and longtime coach, Bob Hayes.
HAMMOND | For the second time in the past four years, Purdue University Calumet marketing and communication students have placed first in district competition of the National Student Advertising Competition to earn a berth in the national finals.
HAMMOND | The Becker CPA Exam Review course will be offered weekly on Saturdays at Purdue University Calumet Saturdays, beginning June 1 for five months.
HAMMOND | Nine Purdue University Calumet faculty members have been granted promotion by the Purdue University Board of Trustees.
HAMMOND | As a finale to the campus photography exhibit, “In the Shadow of Cortés,” Purdue University Calumet will present the film, “The Other Conquest”, including a post-film discussion April 26 at the downtown Towle Theater.
HAMMOND | Teachers, administrators and literary coaches of grades five through 12 are invited to attend a workshop presented by the former president of the National Council of Teachers of English on April 27 at Purdue University Calumet.
HAMMOND | Practices for operating ethically and legally within not-for-profit and for-profit industries will be discussed during Purdue University Calumet’s fourth annual Corporate Governance Roundtable at 6:30 p.m., Monday, April 29 in Room 130 of the Powers Computer Education Building.
HAMMOND | “Marketing Yourself in a Tough Economy” is the theme of Purdue University Calumet’s next Platinum Speakers presentation at 6 p.m. April 22 in the university’s Student Union & Library, Room with a View.
HAMMOND | Twenty-four Purdue University Calumet students earned research awards for projects they presented
HAMMOND | Three Purdue University Calumet teacher preparation students have been selected to receive 2012-13 Indiana Outstanding Future Educators Awards.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet’s Healing Circles suicide survivor monthly support groups will meet at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 18 at the university’s Couple and Family Therapy Center at 1247 169th St., 1.25 miles west of campus.
HAMMOND | Professor and Head of Purdue University Calumet’s Department of Communication and Creative Arts Yahya Kamalipour recently received the 2013 Information and Telecommunications Education and Research Association Researcher of the Year Award.
HAMMOND | Some 242 Purdue University Calumet students will convene at the campus’ Student Union & Library during Student Research Day on April 4 to showcase research projects they have advanced the past year.
HAMMOND | A Purdue University Calumet professor who survived the 2010 Haitian earthquake by just hours has written a book in tribute to the nation, “Brush with Haiti.”
HAMMOND | Child care will continue at Purdue University Calumet.
HAMMOND | A keynote presentation about water supply planning highlights a World Water Day Summit hosted by the Purdue Water Institute at Purdue University Calumet March 22 on campus.
HAMMOND | Opportunities for middle and high school students to stay engaged educationally during the summer is the focus of a free Summer Programs Exhibition at Purdue University Calumet previously postponed due to severe weather and rescheduled March 15.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet Professor Neeti Parashar plans to take her audience on a grand journey from the beginning of the universe to the present when she delivers the lecture, “The Origin of Everything—God Particle Revealed,” at 6 p.m., March 19 in Alumni Hall of the university’s…
HAMMOND | More than 300 northwest Indiana high school students gathered Tuesday at Purdue University Calumet to discuss whether world peace is possible and “Why Should I Care?”
HAMMOND | Two Hammond natives, brothers and former Purdue University Calumet students-turned-successful business owners will be honored by their alma mater Monday for helping students learn to advance through the global technology economy.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet students and members of the university’s Agency 429 advertising club recently earned five awards in the AAF-NCI ADDY competition.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet Chancellor Thomas L. Keon recently was honored by the University of Central Florida’s College of Business Administration in conjunction with its 50th anniversary celebration.
HAMMOND | Opportunities for middle and high school students to stay engaged educationally during the summer is the focus of a free Summer Programs Exhibition at Purdue University Calumet Feb. 26.
HAMMOND | Applying for financial aid to attend college is not complex.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet alumnus and 1970s basketball player Bob Markovich will be honored by his alma mater and the university’s alumni association Feb. 9.
HAMMOND | The Purdue University Calumet Couple and Family Therapy Center is offering therapy to individuals, couples and families on a sliding fee scale basis.
HAMMOND | Indiana high-tech start-up companies can hire Purdue University Calumet student interns to work this summer at a fraction of compensation cost through the Purdue Interns for Indiana program.
HAMMOND | Many activities are on the agenda of Purdue University Calumet’s celebration of the Chinese New Year Sunday, Feb. 24 in the university’s Student Union & Library. Following Chinese tradition, this is “The Year of the Snake."
HAMMOND | Jan. 29 is the deadline to register for a course offered at Purdue University Calumet to prepare engineers and engineering students for the upcoming Fundamentals of Engineering exam.
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