In celebration of its 150 year legacy, Purdue University launched the Giant Leaps campaign to highlight the accomplishments that Purdue alumni have made across every field of endeavor — aeronautics to agriculture, engineering to education, business to athletics, technology to human sciences. The campaign features Footprints videos as a way to reintroduce Purdue's people - past, present, and future - to the world.
KERAMIDA is proud to announce that Vicky Keramida, Ph.D. is the latest notable alumnus to be featured in this campaign. Dr. Keramida’s Footprints video can be found alongside many remarkable alumni including Neil Armstrong, Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger, Major General Theresa Carter, John Deere chairman and CEO Sam Allen, and many more.
“After leaving her home in Greece to study at Purdue, Dr. Keramida studied environmental engineering and took a Giant Leap to start her own international environmental engineering firm that is based out of Indianapolis, IN, and 100 employees strong.” (credit: https://takegiantleaps.com/footprints-vicky-keramida/)
After leaving her home in Greece to study at #Purdue, Civil Engineering alumna Vicky Keramida (MSCE '76, PhD '79) studied environmental engineering and took a giant leap to start her own engineering firm: https://t.co/s5KQmtdDMB#TakeGiantLeaps #Purdue150 #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/cKRrKgHhAu— Lyles School of Civil Engineering (@PurdueCE) March 8, 2019
#InternationalWomensDay Vicky Keramida (MSCE '76, PhD '79) came to @PurdueCE from Greece to study environmental engineering and ultimately started her own engineering firm, with offices throughout the U.S. https://t.co/CGX0sgV6Sm #Purdue150 pic.twitter.com/4ZsP3qrSc6— Purdue Engineering (@PurdueEngineers) March 8, 2019