To those in the know, it makes perfect sense why the food in Chicago attracts visitors from far and near. The city got its name from the American-Indian word for wild garlic “Chicagaoua” that grew near Lake Michigan, so it’s no wonder that today Chicago is ...read more ... New ELS students are in for a treat during their first visit to Chicago
Meet our new Assistant Vice Chancellor.
Please join the International Affairs Office (IAO) in welcoming Dr. Dallas Kenny as the new Assistant Vice Chancellor of International Affairs at Purdue University Calumet.
As Assistant Vice Chancellor of International Affairs, Dr. Kenny will ...read more ... International Affairs Office welcomes Dr. Dallas Kenny
read more ... IPO hosts the 2013 International Photo, Essay and Video Contest.
The 2013 IPO International Photo, Essay & Video contest invited PUC students, staff and alumni to share their cross-cultural experiences..
read more ... PUC international students discuss Culture Shock
PUC International Students were guests at the panel “Culture Shock” hosted by Student Activities.
read more ... International PUC Alumni Stories: Santoh Ramu
Alumni giving back to Purdue Calumet is only one confirmation that the PUC experience is a experience for a lifetime. Read about the reasons behind the financial donation of Santosh Ramu from India.
read more ... Picnic Day for the IPO staff
The IPO Staff picnic is held once a month, and is a great way for our staff to enjoy the summer. Great food and great company make for great time! :-)
read more ... IPO welcomes Dr. Maria Luisa Garcia - Verdugo.
Please join us in wishing a warm welcome to Dr. Maria Luisa Garcia-Verdugo as the new Interim Executive Director of the International Programs Office!
The International Programs Office wishes farewell and good luck to Dr. Judith Pennywell, who has accepted a new position at the University of Miami.
Coming to a new country can be overwhelming experience, but finding your way from the airport to your new home can be an interesting and smooth ride!
read more ... Our students share the Christmas traditions.
Christmas is a time of sharing with others, and our international students have something very special to share – their culture. Read a blog post by our Graduate Assistant Nevenka Stefanovska about an interesting visit ...