Purdue Research Foundation recently recognized #PurdueIE Professors Yuehwern Yih and Vaneet Aggarwal for the commercialization of their work. Thank you and your students for your important contributions!
GradTrack is an online program at Purdue's College of Engineering that prepares undergraduate students from underrepresented minority groups in engineering (including but not limited to Hispanic, Black or African American, Native American, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander) for graduate school.
This year’s medal is awarded to Eric A. Applegate, Guy Feldman, Susan R. Hunter and Raghu Pasupathy, who are based across the School of Industrial Engineering and Department of Statistics at Purdue University.
The goal of the BTE program at Purdue Engineering is to prepare future trailblazing faculty in engineering with a focus on preparing outstanding scholars who are also committed to increasing the success of black engineers. Those selected as BTE fellows will attend a workshop that will provide opportunities for scientific interactions, career-oriented discussions, and networking.
Professor Roshi Nateghi has been awarded an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science & Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF) with a placement at the US DOE Building Technology Office for the 2021-2022 school year.