IMPRINTS

Purdue Engineering | Annual Review 2015

  • Dean Leah H. Jamieson
    I am pleased to welcome you to Imprints, our annual report on the progress you have helped make possible for the College of Engineering.
  • Purdue Engineering developed its 2012-16 Strategic Growth Initiative as a responsible, forward-thinking way to address the national imperative for more engineers and to tackle the world's grand challenges. Our plan is an ambitious blueprint for expanding the College. With it, we aim to contribute more than 5 percent to the national call for graduating 10,000 new engineers a year.
  • Betsy Huntingdon
    Mechanical Engineering alumna Betsy Huntingdon wants more young women to reap the benefits of a Purdue Engineering education.
  • James and Sherry Raisbeck
    For Raisbeck Engineering founder and CEO, the key to successful engineering projects is cooperation, and he’s supporting faculty who teach it.
  • Kenneth Beache
    A new scholarship helps attract outstanding students to Purdue's newest
    engineering degree, Environmental and Ecological Engineering.
  • Navy Admiral William Hayden (left) and Professor Steve Pekarek (right)
    The Grainger Foundation enables the Power and Energy Systems group in Electrical and Computer Engineering to recruit top students and provide advanced training in the design of electric power systems.
  • Success Becomes a Habit
    With work habits and philosophies formed at Purdue, Bill "Shrop" Shropshire supports basic science research in Materials Engineering.
  • EPICS Celebrates
    Purdue Engineering's pioneering service-learning program reaches students and communities around the world.
  • The Distinguished Engineering Alumni/Alumnae Award is presented to men and women who have distinguished themselves in any field in ways that reflect favorably on Purdue University, the engineering profession or society in general. The College of Engineering has more than 85,000 living alumni. The distinction of DEA has been bestowed upon 509 of these outstanding individuals.
  • Purdue Day of Giving 2015
    The 2014-15 year saw the College of Engineering mark significant milestones toward objectives outlined in our 2012-16 plan for strategic growth. We are humbled yet again by the generosity of our philanthropic alumni and friends as we say "thank you" for our progress this year.