Working & Fostering Community
What enables us to work effectively and build community remotely? Enhancing 5G technology, strengthening the resilience and cybersecurity of our computing infrastructure, and experimenting with new digital platforms for online meetings are just a few ways that Purdue Engineering faculty, students and staff are tackling this challenge.
Students working in Bechtel Innovation Design Center produced a video featuring a novel remote machine process to support students and others affected by COVID-19.
GEARE (Global Engineering Alliance for Research and Education) salvages the German study abroad experience with a virtual platform.
Bechtel Center graduate shop assistant Alyssa Fernandez sewing Tyvek and polyester gowns, head wraps, and boot covers to donate to hospitals running low on staff PPE.
The College offered webinars for faculty, staff and students with Dr. Will – a psychotherapist, comedian, minister and professor who addressed death, loss, change and grief recovery.
Minority Engineering Program, IN-MaC team up to offer virtual engineering boot camps.
Civil Engineering/Environmental and Ecological Engineering professor speaks at a virtual town hall on "Networking/Collaborating in a Virtual Environment".
Women in Engineering Program offers an option for video chats and sets up virtual information sessions.
Minority Engineering Program launches We Are Family Series, a weekly interactive virtual discussion connecting prospective students and their parents with the Purdue community.
Purdue Engineering's Office of Future Engineers is forging new ways to engage and assist future students and their families.
GEARE students, working remotely, design healthcare booth to aid hospitals’ COVID-19 response.
Mechanical Engineering launched Pete's-Pals Mentoring Initiative to connect with and mentor students during the pandemic.
Multidisciplinary research team receives NSF grant to support a study of implementation of Freeform, an online learning environment the team developed.
Minority Engineering Program joins National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates (NAMEPA) for webinars on national efforts for virtual summer camps.
Purdue Engineering's Office of Graduate Education gathered some useful resources on mentoring graduate students during this uncertain time.
Minority Engineering Program moves to online delivery of its annual Summer Engineering Workshop and Academic Boot Camp.
Zoom Recorded Training Sessions
LinkedIn Learning: Learning Zoom
LinkedIn Learning: Zoom: Leading Effective and Engaging Calls
LinkedIn Learning: Learning Webex
LinkedIn Learning: Microsoft Teams Essential Training
LinkedIn Learning: Managing Projects with Microsoft Teams
LinkedIn Learning: SharePoint Online Essential Training: The Basics
LinkedIn Learning: SharePoint Online Essential Training: Beyond the Basics