Research in International Development
Purdue University engages with nearly every country in the world and has formal, country-level partnerships in Peru, Colombia, Kenya and India that are tailored to fit local context. These partnerships require expert teams across all disciplines. Purdue is made up of 13 schools and colleges that include some of the highest ranked in the world including the College of Engineering, College of Agriculture, Krannert School of Management, College of Education, and College of Pharmacy. Purdue’s Polytechnic Institute also has extensive experience working internationally. Purdue University puts partners first by customizing programs that engage these world-class resources in order to advance research solutions to overcome global challenges.
Purdue's College of Engineering is among the largest in the US, and consistently ranked top in the U.S. and globally. The Global Engineering Programs and Partnerships Office (GEPP) supports faculty and student interests in international research, exchange and project opportunities. The Shah Family Global Innovation Lab puts engineering innovations to work for global sustainable development.
Partner With Us
The GEPP Office pursued over 33 international development focused funding opportunities on behalf of faculty and students in 2019. They were worth a potential $384 million in funding and 75% of them were identified by GEPP staff.
Specifically the GEPP Office:
The GEPP Office identified and worked with 56 partner organizations in pursuit of these proposals and other programs. This includes representing everyone’s interests in order to build trust between partners and Purdue. GEPP partner organizations include:
Universities 24% (11 Foreign, 4 US)
Private Orgs. 24%
The GEPP Office works across campus to leverage all of Purdue’s capabilities when engaging with partners. Below is a breakdown of proposals and partnerships GEPP supported, by region.
|Latin America & Caribbean||Africa||Middle East||Europe/Eurasia \East Asia||South & Southeast Asia|
|Potential Funding||$5 million||$52.4 million||$10.5 million||$67,000||$316 million|
Our work is centered on engaging partners and funders in order to provide sustainable and scalable opportunities to faculty and students. Interested collaborators, partners and funders should contact Diana Harbison at firstname.lastname@example.org.