Our communication sciences and disorders faculty are on a mission to train first responders how to use alternative augmentative communication (AAC) to better assist people with communication disabilities.
Faculty members from our psychology department are always ready to offer their professional insights on how the mind works, whether in the local news or international media outlets.
From national conferences to international research presentations, our communication students and faculty can be found across the country and around the globe!
Our biology students and faculty continue to pursue their passion for protecting marine life.
Professor Michelle Drouin (psychology) discusses her research on relationships and technology, which is constantly receiving media attention.
How do our faculty members spend the summer? Some are involved in summer research projects being funded by grants from the Purdue Research Foundation (PRF). Two of the grant recipients are from the College of Arts and Sciences, both in the English department.
When local news reporters need an expert opinion on ethical matters, they turn to our own Associate Professor Abraham Schwab (philosophy). As a member of the Allen County Ethics Commission, Schwab often is asked to comment on ethical issues our community and its members face.