Seminars set for Purdue Climate Change Research Center director candidates
June 25, 2014
- Tuesday, July 8. 1-2 p.m. Beering Hall, Room 1245. Dev Niyogi, professor of agronomy and earth, atmospheric, and planetary Sciences, Purdue. "Vision for the PCCRC: Be the Change You Want the World to Be." Seminar Notice.
- Wednesday, July 16. 1-2 p.m. Beering Hall, Room 1245. Jeffrey S. Dukes, professor of forestry and natural resources, and biological sciences, Purdue. "Enhancing the Global Impact of the PCCRC by Strengthening Ties on Campus." Seminar Notice.
- Wednesday, July 23. 1-2 p.m. Beering Hall, Room 1245. Qianlai Zhuang, the William F. andPatty J. Miller Professor of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, and professor of agronomy,Purdue. "A Vision on Climate and Global Environmental and Socioeconomic Change Research." Seminar Notice.
July 14, 2014
A group of Russian undergraduate students will spend a month of their summer at Purdue University and the Purdue Research Park to expand their knowledge of entrepreneurship and startup company development. Twelve students were selected by a committee of American and Russian specialists in economic policy and entrepreneurship to participate in the Yegor Gaidar Summer Leadership Program, which will run from Monday (July 14) through Aug. 2.Read Full Story
July 11, 2014
Three international conferences this month at Purdue University will focus on innovative concepts for air conditioning, refrigeration and high-performance buildings. More than 700 people are expected to attend the 15th International Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference, the 22nd International Compressor Engineering Conference and the third International High Performance Buildings Conference from July 14-17. The conferences are held every two years. Participants will present a record number of research papers - 410 - representing about a 10 percent increase over the previous record.Read Full Story
July 9, 2014
Moments after Dr. Jeff Crecelius completes a surgery, hopeful family members typically want to know if he was able to "get it all," or remove all of the cancerous tumor from the brain of a loved one. It's their emotional plea for reassurance. They want to know that the ordeal is completed and that the brain tumor has met its match — the hands of a skilled surgeon.Read Full Story