College seeks to bridge engineer gap with education



Jennifer Wayman’s story is an example of why a small campus sometimes is exactly what a student needs to build a big future.

The Seymour resident took advantage of the courses offered by the Purdue University College of Technology in Columbus and has graduated, leading to a career promotion.

Joe Fuehne said the program’s faculty and staff strive to use one- on-one interaction for the enrollment of about 120 students.

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