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Alumnus celebrated for contributions to engineering and diversity

Always@PurdueEngineering
Arthur J. Bond (BSEE ’66, MSEE ’68 and PhD ’74) has never let what is unpopular or inconvenient stop him. And today, a building named for him stands as a testament to all he has achieved.

Developing globally competent engineering researchers

Innovate@PurdueEngineering
Spurred by President Obama’s “100,000 Strong” initiative, an engineering education professor researches how best to engage American students in research activities of their own, in China.

A transportation engineer’s quest to improve global planning

ChangeTheWorld@PurdueEngineering
Some years ago, Kumares Sinha found himself in a remote corner of Bangladesh contemplating the challenge of building roads in areas with alluvial soils and abundant rivers prone to frequent flooding.

Rocket man: One man’s passion for propulsion

OurPeopleOurCulture@PurdueEngineering
For David Reese it is rocket science. And it’s really not that hard — relatively speaking. Now a master’s student in aeronautics and astronautics, he built his first rocket at science camp when he was only 7.