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Amelia Earhart joined the Purdue faculty in 1935 as a consultant for these flight courses and as a counselor on women’s careers.In 1937, the Purdue Research Foundation provided the funds for the Lockheed Electra 10-E that Earhart flew on her attempted round-the-world flight.Purdue’s engineering laboratories included testing facilities for a locomotive and a Corliss steam engine, one of the most efficient engines of the time.



Part of White’s plan to distinguish Purdue from classical universities included a controversial attempt to ban fraternities.

As veterans returned to the university under the G. Bill, first-year classes were taught at some of these sites to alleviate the demand for campus space.