Purdue University will create a sports engineering and research center named in honor of a record-setting Olympian and Purdue graduate, Ray Ewry
The Ray Ewry Sports Engineering Center was announced Saturday (Oct. 12) during the university’s Homecoming football game.
The College of Engineering and Purdue Athletics will partner to advance research and learning benefits to athletes and students through the sports engineering center, named for the Boilermaker track and field athlete who won 10 gold medals in four Olympic Games from 1900 and 1908.
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