Strength with a smile

Kamryn Dehn

Kamryn Dehn had no clue what she was in for when she sat down at her computer.  The Purdue senior’s parents had been teasing her for a week that something big was about to happen, but it was still a shock when she looked at the screen. Peering back at her via video chat was none […]

Reimagining undergraduate education

Purdue’s new Cornerstone Integrated Liberal Arts program aspires to redefine the first-year student experience and reimagine a contemporary liberal arts education for students by offering introductory, faculty-taught classes that challenge students intellectually and nurture lifelong learners. As part of a broader national effort to redefine liberal arts education in the 21st century, the 15-credit certificate […]

Degree in 3 expands across campus

Why Four? That’s a question Mitch Daniels confronted as a student at Princeton University. Then, he opted for three and a half, graduating a semester early. As president of Purdue, he raised the question again when he challenged the University community to develop a three-year undergraduate degree. “The notion that it requires four years to […]