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Purdue University’s Board of Trustees on Friday (Feb. 24) approved several actions, including two named appointments, a theater naming in the new Active Learning Center, renovations in Hampton Hall, two new degrees at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, a Center for Healthy Living contract, resolutions of appreciation, and a posthumous degree at IPFW.
As thousands of college students across the nation prepare for a week of fun in the sun during spring break, Purdue Professor Jonathon Day reminds them to take along their good habits.
Ten teams of Purdue students will put their best pitch forward in the hopes of winning a share of the $100,000 in prize money at the upcoming 30th annual Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition.
Josh Scacco is an assistant professor in the Brian Lamb School of Communication who specializes in political communication. Scacco, who also holds a courtesy appointment in the Department of Political Science, studies the communicative role elites and organizations play in American politics.
Numerous Purdue-affiliated companies, entrepreneurs and departments have been nominated in several categories for the 18th annual TechPoint Mira Awards.
Purdue receives additional funding to provide support for small practices in CMS Quality Payment Program
Funding awarded from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will allow Purdue Healthcare Advisors (PHA) at Purdue University to assist approximately 6,000 Indiana clinicians as they transition into compliance with the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) and its Quality Payment Program (QPP).
The Oscar-nominated film 'Hidden Figures' offers a 'revolutionary' impact in promoting STEM to women and minorities, according to Virginia Booth Womack, director of the Minority Engineering Program at Purdue University.
A Purdue student team is headed to the Rube Goldberg Machine Contest finals next month.
A Purdue University professor known internationally for her work and research in gender equity in the workplace believes Monday’s (Feb. 13) female business leaders meeting at the White House was a good start.
Purdue University students, faculty and staff are invited to learn more about a new partnership that will offer global online learning opportunities.
Purdue Aviation LLC has hit a milestone in its growth with Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA, approval of Part 141 flight school certification, which allows it to offer a more structured flight training syllabus for future professional pilots.
The major happenings at Purdue University during 2016 are highlighted in the Purdue Alumni Association’s 62nd edition of the Year in Review video, formerly the Newsreel.
On Saturday (Feb. 11), Purdue announced a philanthropic component to complement its Back a Boiler income share agreement initiative.
The 2017 Academy Awards offer diversity in performance and some high-profile movies. A Purdue University Theatre professor believes the nominated Best Picture category is full of films from a 'dark' perspective.
Purdue University’s College of Liberal Arts on Monday (Feb. 13) announced the opening of its Liberal Arts Career Center and two new partnerships designed to help its students gain meaningful job experience and launch their careers.
Economists from Purdue University’s Center for Commercial Agriculture and CME Group will present an agricultural outlook session ahead of the 2017 growing season at the Commodity Classic in San Antonio, Texas.