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Graduate Program Open House October 12-13, 2017

The Purdue School of Engineering Education, home to the world's first doctoral program, continues to prepare tomorrow's engineers by conducting fundamental research on how engineering is best taught, learned and practiced with over 80 PhD graduates in a wide range of career paths.

Annual Graduate Program Open House

Are you ready to take the first step to join the leaders in engineering education? You are cordially invited to attend our annual graduate program open house to learn more about our groundbreaking PhD program, meet our faculty and students, attend our weekly research seminar, and tour our campus and research facilities. The two-day event brings together individuals from all walks of life: current undergrad and masters students from many disciplines and professional engineers ready to make a change in their career. 

Mark your calendar for October 12-13, 2017!

Register online now

Agenda Features

  • Details about our PhD in Engineering Education and available funding
  • One-on-one discussions with faculty and current students
  • Tour of facilities and campus
  • Research seminar (Watch last year's seminar on YouTube featuring Assistant Professor Morgan Hynes)
  • Graduate School application workshop
  • Poster session featuring current student research
Virtual Open House

If you can't make it to campus or would like to prepare for the events, feel free to browse our Virtual Open House page with recorded sessions and example research posters. 


Spotlight on Alumni

What can you do with a PhD in Engineering Education? We recently met up with many of our alumni at the 2016 ASEE Annual Conference. Learn where they are now and what they are up to! 


Research Examples

Our alumni provide a quick snapshot of the types of research, though not limited to, the Purdue School of Engineering Education provides as an opportunity while in the program.


Why Purdue

Still not sure if Purdue Engineering Education is the right fit for you? Our alumni and current students share why you should be a Boilermaker!


Contact us at enegrad@purdue.edu or 765-496-3331 with any questions or to receive updates, and check back at this page for more information. 

 

 

 

 

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