With the Thomas H. Scholl Internship for Philosophy Students, Purdue alumni Tom Scholl combines scholarship and internship support to encourage students to seek out unique learning situations that will prepare them for out-of-the box career options after graduation.
The Purdue Day of Service has already become a shining example of success through both small steps and giant leaps, with interest and productivity growing from year to year.
As a wealth management advisor, Brian Ford (ME’07) helps his clients achieve financial wellness by applying the organizational and problem-solving skills he developed in college. Growing up in Hammond, Indiana, Ford had aspired to attend a Big Ten school and ultimately decided on Purdue’s School of Mechanical Engineering.
Two casual but enlightening conversations over golf led to an unexpected bequest from late Purdue faculty member John Capaldi that has unlocked new opportunities for Purdue cancer researcher Philip Low.
With the support of the Purdue Women’s Network, Hannah Majewski is able to focus on the ones who need her most.