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August 31, 2021

Recognizing Outstanding Engineering Teachers for Spring 2021

The persistent pursuit of preparing tomorrow's engineers for the workforce of the future. That is what our engineering education faculty, lecturers, academic advisors, and staff aspire to each and every day. We celebrate the recently recognized Purdue Engineering Outstanding Engineering Teachers for the Spring 2021 semester.
August 16, 2021

New Graduate Student Spotlight: Anne Wrobetz

A Boilermaker Welcome! Anne Wrobetz is joining us this fall in our graduate program. She is from Longmont, Colorado and earned her BS in Environmental Engineering and MS in Civil Engineering, both from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
August 12, 2021

New Graduate Student Spotlight: Azizi Penn

A Boilermaker Welcome! Azizi Penn is a native of California, born in South Los Angeles. She discovered coding in high school and has been hooked ever since. She earned a B.S. in Computer Science directly after high school and an M.S. in Software Engineering later in life. She is married with three children.
August 2, 2021

New Graduate Student Spotlight: Bray Bonner

A Boilermaker Welcome! Bray Bonner joins us from Atlanta, Georgia. He has worked in academia for the last seven years serving as an engineering technology instructor and program director (department chair) at a technical college for four years. Currently, Bray is an IT project manager lead for Instructional Technology and Research, where he manages high performance computing (HPC) projects whose end users are national researchers, campus faculty and their students.
July 12, 2021

New Graduate Student Spotlight: Fadhla Binti Junus

A Boilermaker Welcome! Fadhla is from Banda Aceh, Aceh, Indonesia. She received a Bachelor of Engineering in Informatics from Gunadarma University located in the Indonesia capital of Jakarta. She also received a MS in Communication and Media Engineering from Hochscule Offenberg on a German Academic Exchange scholarship.
July 9, 2021

New Graduate Student Spotlight: Brooks M. Leftwich

A Boilermaker Welcome! Brooks is from Lewisburg, Tennessee. He graduated in the Spring of 2020 from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with honors. After graduation, he moved to Taiwan with the Fulbright Program as an English Teaching Assistant in Yunlin County for the Spring of 2021.
July 8, 2021

New Graduate Student Spotlight: Kevin Jay Kaufman-Ortiz

A Boilermaker Welcome! Kevin is from Hormigueros, Puerto Rico. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering while simultaneously completing the teacher preparation program certification for secondary mathematics at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez Campus.
June 28, 2021

S4E34: Engineering Education Research Briefs with Dr. Ruth Streveler

How can being an artist and a poet impact one’s life as a researcher? What are the common threads between seemingly disparate communities of practice? Chanel Beebe, artist, writer, social entrepreneur, engineer, and doctoral candidate in the School Engineering Education at Purdue shares her experience and thoughts about these questions.
May 29, 2021

Alex Offenbach: The Persistent Pursuit of Chasing a Dream

In the world of motorsports, chasing a dream never ends. There is always another race, another track, and the hope for another win. And as a Boilermaker, Alex Offenbach knows the drill that every race means he keeps going again and again and again until the checkered flag waves. On Sunday at the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500, Alex will be working alongside his teammates on Andretti Autosport for a third year as their damper specialist. Last year at our annual Interdisciplinary Engineering Colloquium, "Bumper to Bumper Engineering," Alex talked about his dream working at the Indy 500, his preparation in Purdue Engineering and the Multidisciplinary Engineering undergraduate degree program, and the payoffs for the hard work and long hours.
May 27, 2021

Take Your Next Giant Leap in Engineering Education

Now Accepting Applications for Professor of Engineering Education

The School of Engineering Education at Purdue University invites applications at the rank of Professor. Purdue University seeks to attract exceptional candidates with interests and expertise in any area of interest to engineering education.
April 12, 2021

S4E33: Engineering Education Research Briefs with Dr. Ruth Streveler

Chanel Beebe is an artist, writer, social entrepreneur, engineer, and Doctoral Candidate in the School Engineering Education at Purdue. Join host Dr. Ruth Streveler as Chanel shares her journey existing and thriving in various areas of expertise and how she uncovers her contributions to Engineering Education and beyond!
March 24, 2021

2020-21 Engineering Graduate Program Awards

Congratulations to our graduate students and faculty who received 2020-21 Graduate Education Program awards from Purdue Engineering!

David Evenhouse - Outstanding Research Award
Justin Major - Outstanding Service Scholarship
Yi-Chieh Sun, Andrew Robert Roginski - Magoon Excellence in Teaching Award
Dr. Kerrie Douglas - Outstanding Faculty Mentor
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