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Omnibus Speaker Series

“Political Outlook: A Comprehensive Picture of What’s Going On in Washington”

The Omnibus Speaker Series presents our next guest, Donna Brazile, on Thursday, February 29. Brazile is a veteran Democratic political strategist, syndicated columnist, and ABC News contributor. Hear her take on today’s political climate and what exactly is happening in Washington, DC.

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Who Are You?

You know yourself best. So why not discover programs based on who you are? Find the card that describes you and see what programs you fit into at Purdue Fort Wayne.

 

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Artiste

 
Contemplative. Dark. Inspired. Your art speaks for you.
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Healer

 
You enjoy helping people face challenges and solve problems.
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Globe

Student of Life

 
People. Cultures. Movements. You want to know more.
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People Person

 
You enjoy interacting with and helping others.
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Problem Solver

 
Solutions. You’re really good at finding them.
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Tech Guru

 
People think you’re a magician because you know the secrets.
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Tools

Tinkerer

 
You want to know how things work—and how to improve them.
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Aspiring Entrepreneur

 
You know how to put ideas into motion.
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Dove

Peacemaker

 
You’re a calming presence.
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Atom

Budding Einstein

 
Relatively speaking, you have big ideas too.
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Music Note

Musical Prodigy

 
Beethoven, Bach, and you. It’s all in the notes.
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Leader

Born Leader

 
You know how to inspire a team.
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Headphones

Good Listener

 
Hearing others and what they need—it’s kind of your thing.
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Scale

Justice Crusader

 
A champion of justice—righting wrongs is your passion.
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Infinity

Jack-of-All-Trades

 
You’re good at a lot, so why limit yourself to one thing?
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Star

Spotlight Star

 
If anyone needs you, they just look for the spotlight.
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Calculator

Number Cruncher

 
Statistically speaking, you know what adds up.
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History Buff

 
We have to understand where we came from. You get that.
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Square Root

Math Wiz

 
You speak the language of numbers.
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Language

Language Lover

 
Bonjour. Hola. Auf wiedersehen. You speak our language.
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Pen

Wordsmith

 
You’re able to bring words to life.
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Hiking traveler

Travel Enthusiast

 
The world is calling, and you’re ready to answer.
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Storyteller

 
Once upon a time . . . (You fill in the rest.)
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Thought-Provoking Conversations
“Getting to work with like-minded and motivated classmates has got to be one of the best experiences by far because I get to have interesting, thought-provoking conversations, both within and outside of the classroom.”
Mitzy Montoya, Mechanical Engineering Technology
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Close Connections
“Purdue Fort Wayne really embodies the small-school-with-a-big-school feel. I think the close connections with professors and individual attention are beneficial. Additionally, I have made a lot of good connections and cultivated relationships with my peers and faculty members that I wouldn’t have had the chance to do if it weren’t for being a part of the Honors Program.”
Malaika Ahmed, B.S. ’22
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The Experience You Want
“I came to PFW because we have great school districts in the Fort Wayne area. I wanted to be in as many schools as possible to get the most experience.”
Ainsley Wehrle, B.S.Ed. ’23
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Staying on Track
“I think one thing that stands out the most to me is how much this university wants me to succeed in my college career. I have had certain advisors reach out to me in order to help me plan out classes, and to make sure I am staying on track with my goals I’ve set for myself.”
Stephanie Patrick, B.A. ’23
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Get Involved
“It’s great to get involved on campus and meet with people who you might not even know you go to school with!”
Kyler Menifield, Industrial Engineering Technology
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Subjects You Care About
“I chose to major in psychology because I enjoy the thought processes of trying to understand people and how they become who they are.”
Elijah Paulk, B.S. ’23
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Excellent Student-to-Professor Ratio
“I chose Purdue Fort Wayne because of its smaller campus and its excellent student-to-professor ratio. Additionally, my anthropology internship with RESCOM Environmental Corp has given me more experience and skills in the field of archaeology.”
Andrew Tom Anzueto, B.A. ’23
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Connect with Clubs
“I love to learn about human culture and the history of human evolution, and about visual anthropology and the process of documenting cultures throughout time. With the Anthropology Club, I have connected with experts in anthropology around the world to ask them to teach PFW students about their research and anthropological experiences in our weekly meetings.”
BellaRose Ferrin, Anthropology
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