Purdue Calumet Dedicates Computer Lab to Local Brothers
Two Hammond natives, brothers and former Purdue University Calumet students-turned-successful business owners will be honored by their alma mater this afternoon for helping students learn to advance through the global technology economy.
Paul and Gary Duncanson of Texas-based software company “No Magic, Inc.” will be back home to be recognized for their business achievements and they’ll donate more than $150,000 of cutting edge software and support to Purdue Calumet, for use by students and faculty of the Dept. of Computer Information Technology and Graphics. That’s where a laboratory will be dedicated in their names.
Following the lab dedication, the Duncansons will demonstrate “No Magic’s” Cameo suite of software, which includes the award-winning MagicDraw modeling simulation. “No Magic” also plans to partner with Purdue Calumet’s experiential learning program to engage student interns in corporate projects.