Seven Purdue University Calumet members have recently been honored

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Jin Lu

Jin Lu, Purdue University Calumet professor of French, has been selected 2011 State of Indiana French Teacher of the Year at the Collegiate Level. She was honored recently at the 43rd Annual Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association (IFLTA) Conference in Indianapolis. IFLTA Teacher of the Year candidates must first be nominated to and then selected by their appropriate constituent organization to be considered for the state award. Lu, of Munster, teaches a full range of French courses from basic to advanced levels. She also maintains close relationships with French teachers in local middle and high schools. 

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Hammond professor is president-elect of humanist sociology organization       

Alan Spector

Purdue Calumet Professor of Sociology Alan Spector is president-elect of the Association for Humanist Sociology (AHS) for the 2011-12 year. Spector previously served on the board of this national organization as vice president for publications, overseeing editors of the peer-reviewed journal, Humanity and Society. Spector, a 34-year Purdue Calumet faculty member, is a Hammond resident. He holds a baccalaureate degree in philosophy from the University of Wisconsin and master’s and doctoral degrees in sociology from Northwestern University.


Munster prof appointed to iron and steel technology board

Chenn Zhou

Chenn Zhou, Purdue Calumet professor of mechanical engineering and director of the university’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation (CIVS), has been appointed to the Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST) Foundation Board of Trustees. Part of the international professional and technical association of professional and student members, the AIST foundation seeks to attract technology-oriented professionals to the steel industry. Zhou, who has served Purdue Calumet since 1994, is the only academic representative on the board, which includes presidents, directors, and other high-ranking industry officials. The Munster resident holds baccalaureate and master’s degrees from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in China and a doctorate in mechanical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. 


$28,500 sub-grant awarded to Naperville, IL professor     


Mohammad Zahraee

Purdue Calumet Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology and Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies Mohammad Zahraee recently received a $28,500 sub-grant from the National Science Foundation-Advanced Technological Education (NSF-ATE). The sub-grant is part of an $845,975 grant awarded to Sinclair (OH) Community College. Zahraee was invited by Sinclair to be the external evaluator for its grant, based on his experience as a program evaluator, commissioner and the national chair of the Technology Accreditation Commission during the past 18 years. This is the third NSF grant that Zahraee has received in the past three years. The grant is supporting a project, through summer workshops, that provides high school teachers of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and related subjects with tools and knowledge of simple projects and materials the teachers can use in their classroom.


Munster communication professor goes global     


Yahya Kamalipour

Professor and Head of Purdue Calumet’s Department of Communication and Creative Arts Yahya Kamalipour has been busy this fall expanding media global awareness. Kamalipour has been instrumental in the creation of a 2+2 agreement with Bayan College in Muscat, Oman that will allow academically-successful Bayan students to spend their final two undergraduate years studying media at Purdue Calumet. This agreement, the first between the two institutions, will enable Bayan students to earn a Purdue University degree. Bayan College is a private institution located in Muscat’s Al Liam. It offers academic programs, degrees and diplomas in English and media studies.

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Glenview, IL professor earns Six Sigma Black Belt for quality    


Lash Mapa

Purdue Calumet Professor of Industrial Engineering Technology and Glenview, IL resident Lash Mapa has earned an American Society for Quality Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (ASQ-CSSBB). Six Sigma is an organized methodology that utilizes information and statistical analysis to measure and improve an enterprise’s operational performance, practices and systems. A Back Belt demonstrates team leadership and team dynamics in all aspects of the DMAIC model, (representing define, measure, analyze, improve and control.) “We have been teaching Six Sigma methodologies for a few years now,” Mapa said. “Many of our students have successfully gained Green Belt certification, and two have gotten Black Belt certification within the past three years. This will add credibility to our programs in the School of Technology.” can you buy . buy sertraline online uk. zoloft sale online. how much is zoloft without insurance. sertraline 50 mg without prescription. zoloft without 


$3,000 grant awarded to Munster professor

Kuan-Chou Chen

Professor and Head of Purdue Calumet’s Department of Information Systems Kuan-Chou Chen recently received a $3,000 grant from the Indiana Campus Compact. The grant is in support of a project, titled “Project Management in Non-Profit Foundations: A Service-Learning Project.” The project focuses on re-designing and implementing the service learning component of project management classes.

“This project will have impact through multiple iterations of the process, which, besides assisting student learning, helps faculty in implementing project-based service learning and creates value for the community,” Chen said. The grant source is intended to support reciprocal partnerships between institutions of higher education and the community, strengthen student learning, increase the institutionalization of service-based engaged learning and enhance the professional development of faculty.

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