EARG CC brings together a broad range of scholars studying 17th to 19th century British and American literature and culture. We promote graduate student participation in local and national professional conferences and host an annual symposium at Purdue.
The purpose of this organization is to improve the quality of life of the graduate students in the Department of EAPS at Purdue University by providing a forum for discussion of issues related to our roles as graduate students.
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) is a technical society promoting the research and practice of earthquake engineering. Professional EERI members include researchers, practicing professionals, educators, government officials, and building
Association of Ecuadorian students at Purdue University.
This is an organization that is comprised of the presidents and vice presidents of all of the education organizations at Purdue.
We are here to serve Egyptian students and also increase awareness about Egyptian culture, history and future plans. ESAP is a chapter of the ESANA.
The purpose of Purdue Electric Vehicle Club is to encourage students across campus to learn about electric vehicles. EVC strives to support students with hands-on projects that promote real-world experience and knowledge in a rapidly growing field.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Association (ECEGSA) aims to improve the quality of personal and professional life for ECE graduate students by providing discussion forums and holding educational and networking events.
Provide ECE undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff a supportive community.
We are a campus ministry dedicated to following God's word and living out our devotion to God. We believe in the need for deep spiritual relationships and fellowship, as well as an outward focus to help friends and neighbors learn about Christ.