Registration Deadline: Please register for the Women for Purdue event by Thursday May 29, 2014.
Residential Rate: You will be staying at First Street Towers. As the newest residence hall at Purdue University, First Street Towers was designed to provide residents with a unique living experience. Single air-conditioned rooms with private baths are arranged in clusters around a central living room/dinette area. Click here for more information.
Non-Residential: You are responsible for finding your own lodging
Room Block at Union Club Hotel
For your convenience, there is a hotel room block if you do not wish to stay in the First Street Towers; however, you are responsible for reserving your own hotel room. If you would rather stay at the Union Club Hotel, please register for the Women for Purdue event at the Non-Residential Rate. Below is the information regarding the hotel, rates, deadlines, etc.
The room block will be held at the following hotel:
Union Club Hotel
101 N Grant Street, West Lafayette, IN 47906
Telephone: (765) 494-8900
Fax: (765) 494-8924
Registration payment via credit card is preferred. However, if you want to pay by check, please send to this address: Office of Strategic Events Dick and Sandy Dauch Alumni Center 403 W. Wood Street West Lafayette, IN 47907. Please make your check out to Purdue Research Foundation.
First 50 people to register will receive this book for FREE!!!
Option 1: $10 on Nook/Kindle through www.amazon.com
Option 2: 20% discount via Purdue University Press. Go to www.press.purdue.edu and use the discount code Purdue20 or call 1-800-247-6553
Option 3: List price is $29.95 + shipping at www.amazon.com
While it is focused on changing attitudes on one college campus, The Deans’ Bible sheds light on cultural change in America as a whole, exploring how each of the deans participated nationally in the quest for equality. The story rolls through the "picture-perfect," suppressive 1950s, the awakening 1960s, women’s liberation, Title IX, 1980s AIDS and alcohol epidemics, the changing mores for the disabled, and ends in the twenty-first century.
Cost: $10 per adult
*please bring cash or check to pay at the door
SAMARA is designed on a grid, uses cantilevered surfaces and creates a new sense of space. This unique combination of design principles when taken together forms Mr. Wright's "grammar" for Usonian architecture. The John E. Christian residence exemplifies the very best that Frank Lloyd Wright had to offer his clients. As professionals at nearby Purdue University they expressed a desire to entertain faculty, students and community-minded people in their new home.