• Giving Back: How students Are Using Technology to Help the Community
  • Purdue and EPICS joining national effort to attack "grand challenges"
  • From ASEE First Bell - Purdue University EPICS Learning Community Has Over 50 Percent Female Students.
    EPICS and the Learning Community Make the News
  • Welcome Tom Heck!
    Tom Heck is joining EPICS as the EPICS High Coordinator.
  • PU Day of Giving April 30, 2014
    Today is the PU Day of Giving - Gifts to EPICS go directly to supplies for teams!
  • Old Masters Dr. David Reuter and Linda Huff to speak at November 8th lecture. November 8, 2010
    Lecture on November 8th: Recommended for all students! Please come and fill PHYS 114 for our Old Masters speakers: Dr. David Reuter and Linda Huff.
  • Welcome Andrew Pierce
    We would like to welcome Andrew Pierce to the EPICS staff as Lab Manager and co-advisor of our SVAT and CED Teams.
  • MyEPICS is new and has a new link!
    Please update your favorites with the new link for MyEPICS!
  • Current EPICS students need your help!
    EPICS is growing. We need more ways to engage alums and professionals as design reviewers and mentors.
  • EPICS Alum says:
    "I personally feel that this list pretty much sums up the reasons I decided to be in EPICS."
  • EPICS Electrical & Computer Engineering Skill Session Series
    Starting September 5,2013, EPICS is offering skill sessions related to the field of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  • EPICS Week 1 (Aug 25th) Lectures August 25, 2014
    Different lecture locations for new and returning EPICS students for the first week (August 25th)! For the 4:30 pm lecture, new students meet in PHYS 114 and returning students meet in SC 239. For the 5:30 pm lecture, new students meet in ARMS 1109 and returning students meet in ARMS B071.
  • EPICS Camp Riley Immersive Summer Course EPCS 49000-3 Credits!
    EPICS is offering a four week immersive design experience at Camp Hi-Lite during Maymester, May 18th - June 12, 2015.
  • Design Review Fall 2013
    Fall 2013 Design Reviews are October 1 - 4 and November 19 - 22. Participating as a reviewer in our Design Reviews is an excellent way to learn about EPICS, our students and how the projects our students design and build benefit the community.
  • App helps children with autism communicate
    The GLASS EPICS team developed an iPad app geared towards teaching children with severe autism how to communicate with others.
  • National Academy of Engineering
    EPICS program featured in National Academy of Engineering report Infusing Real-World Experiences into Engineering Education.
  • Enroll in EPICS
    There is still time to register for EPICS! Register now and be a part of a class that designs, builds and delivers real projects to real people in the community and around the world. EPICS, it's not just another course! Check out three new teams, ABOD, TORCH and ECUADOR.
  • Lecture Announcement
    The 4:30 pm lecture for students new to EPICS will be held in Phys 223. You will have Phys 114 on your schedule but please report to Phys 223. The 4:30 lecture for students returning to EPICS will be in Phys 114. For the 5:30 pm lecture, new students will be in ARMS 1109 (as on schedule), and returning students will meet in ARMS B061.
  • Are you interested in recycling and environmental issues?
    The LSC team is working on a recycling program that is impacting a community and an entire school corporation. If you are interested in taking our community a step above consider the LSC team. Click above to learn more about the team.
  • Vote for EPICS High
    Purdue University's EPICS High School program has been chosen as a top 10 finalists for the Carnegie Corporation's Changemakers® Award! EPICS High is in the running for two Judges' Awards and the People's Choice Award. We need your vote and also ask that you share this with family, friends, co-workers, and any others to encourage them to vote for the EPICS High program.
  • Register for Fall 2011!
    Need experience to give you an edge in recruiting? Want to make a difference in the process? Put your knowledge to use in hands on projects in a team environment. Register for EPICS!
  • Special Topics Tracks
    Special Topic Tracks provide students in EPICS, especially those who are participating multiple semesters, an opportunity to delve into one of the three topics: Leadership, Communication and Conceptual Design.
  • Open House - Ice Cream Social October 27, 2010
    Free ice cream October 27, 2010 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm ARMS Atrium - Come visit EPICS and enjoy free ice cream while speaking with current EPICS students and visiting our lab areas.
  • EPICS Students: Upload your resume! September 12, 2010
    If you are interested in having your resume available to recruiters and sponsors, please upload your resume to the EPICS Resume Database.
  • Upload your resume ASAP!
  • Industry Tours
  • Lecture room changes January 17, 2015
    This week's returning student lecture Delivering Effective Design Review Presentations has been moved to the atrium of the Armstrong Building. Please report directly to the atrium and do not go to PHYS 223. The Intro lectures will still meet in PHYS 114.
  • HFH BioTown Home
    Watch a video on the construction of the Habitat home in Reynolds, IN.
  • New Purchase Request Form!
    A new regulation has been added to our Purchase Request form. You must sign your name and check the box at the bottom if you plan to drive to a vendor and make a purchase for your team.
  • Project Manager/Team Leader skill session January 26, 2015
    The Project Manager/Team Leader skill session tonight (1/26) at 5:30 pm has been moved to ARMS 1109.
  • Team emails not current. January 19, 2015
    There is a problem with the team email (e.g. update and they have reverted back to the Fall list. We are working on the problem and let you know when they have been fixed. You can access all of your team member's emails through myEPICS.
  • Team Leader Meeting Time August 26, 2013
    Correction to Lecture Schedule: The Team Leader meeting is Monday, 5:30 - 6:30 pm in ARMS 1098C, not 6 -7 pm as originally posted in lecture schedule.
  • Find the teams that work in the area of your interest!
    EPICS Explorer - EPICS has 30 teams and one is waiting just for you! Find the one that fits your interest and/or discipline for Fall 2012, earning course credit working in the community!
  • Registration Problems in myPurdue
    An error in the registrar's office has made registering for EPICS today impossible. It should be fixed and available tomorrow, November 4, 2009. We will be issued all new CRNs.
  • EPICS outreach hits new high
    The Journal & Courier's Sophia Voravong attended our Open House speaking with Dr. Oakes and some students. Click on the link to view the entire article.
  • Lecture room correction: ARMS B071 instead of ARMS B061
    All lectures listed on the original schedule for ARMS B061 will be held in ARMS B071 instead. The lecture schedule online has been updated with the correct rooms.
  • Old Masters Dr. David Reuter and Linda Huff to speak at November 8th lecture. November 8, 2010
    Lecture on November 8th: Recommended for all students! Please come and fill PHYS 114 for our Old Masters speakers: Dr. David Reuter and Linda Huff.
  • Reviewers' Design Review Documents October 19, 2009
    Reviewers, the design review schedule and team documents can be access through this link.
  • Week 4 Project Partners Visit September 14, 2009
    Please provide your TAs with your Project Partners' visit information so parking passes can be prepared if required.
  • Sustainability Lecture September 3, 2009
    The Ford Motor Company will be hosting this special guest lecture on Ford's Sustainability initiatives. Free Pizza Too!
  • Ambassador Applications are due Friday, August 28th at 5 pm August 28, 2009
    Ambassador Applications are due Friday, August 28th at 5 pm to Pam Brown (, ARMS 1207). Returning Ambassadors should submit an application with updated contact information and schedule, but do not need to answer the questions.
  • Courses for Graduation and the Community August 11, 2009
    Want to take a course that can count towards graduation and benefit the community at the same time?
  • It's not too late to Register for Fall 2014!
    Need experience to give you an edge in recruiting? Want to make a difference in the process? It's not too late to register for EPICS!
  • EPICS Hosts Summer Guest
    We have a summer guest, Amelia Airhound. Amelia is a part of a public art exhibition, Dog Days of Summer, co-presented by the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette and the School of Veterinary Medicine. She is one of 42 dogs placed in West Lafayette and Lafayette.
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