Purdue University Northwest in partnership with the Indiana Bankers Association, is launching a new banking concentration program for undergraduate students majoring in finance this fall.
The Leadership Institute at Purdue Northwest is accepting applications for the next Leadership Northwest Indiana program.
A display of teamwork and professionalism earned Purdue University Northwest students special recognition during a national competition.
Valparaiso Inn Bed and Breakfast offers guests 130-year historical perspective A stroll in Valparaiso’s historic Washington Street District in 2012 led couple James Berman and Lizbeth Bryant down a path they never expected. The Mother’s Day walk was the inspiration for eventually buying a 130-year-old three-story mansion. The eight-bedroom landmark residence built at the turn […]
Hammond’s Digital Crossroads in line to meet rising demand for data storage Transformational. Thomas Dakich likes to use this one word to describe the Digital Crossroads Lake Michigan data center in Hammond. Coincidentally—yet symbolically—it is being built on property once housing the coal-fueled State Line Generating Plant, possibly the largest polluter of its time in […]
Deborah Way, an experienced naturalist, recently was hired as education and outreach coordinator at the Gabis Arboretum at Purdue University Northwest.
Civil engineering students from Purdue University Northwest will compete for a national title at the Student Steel Bridge Competition May 31 to June 1 at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill.
Purdue University Northwest was granted a national cyber security designation through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and National Security Agency,
Purdue University Northwest’s annual Day of Giving conducted April 24 brought in $756,244 in contributions.
The Peruvian Consulate General in Chicago hosted a reception for Purdue University Northwest Professor Jose Castro-Urioste to honor the 25th anniversary of his play Ceviche in Pittsburgh and his professional achievements.