The Graduate School Advance to a Higher Degree


Advancing to a higher degree is an exciting (but sometimes daunting) opportunity. The resources on this page are designed to help you transition to graduate study at Purdue University. Find important information about accepting your offer of admission, relocating to Purdue, registering for classes, student life, and more.

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Here's to some weekend housework and feeling useful!⠀
Repost @legogradstudent: Cleaning his apartment with atypical fervor, the grad student tries to convince himself that he is a useful member of society.
This week we spotlight Bolaji Adefolarin, Purdue CIT Ph.D. student and Global Ambassador from Nigeria. Bolaji brags on all the great facilities we have at @lifeatpurdue, including the @purduelibrariesfacilities!⠀
What a great day at @lifeatpurdue! Let's turn on the fountains!
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Congratulations to AAE graduate students Julia Crowley Farenga, Eric Westphal, Michael Baier, and Monique McClain!

Julia and Eric are among the honorees of the 2017 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). Eric was also awarded a NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship (NSTRF), along with Michael and Monique!

Details in the News section of the AAE website. Link in bio.

#PurdueAAE #Purdue #fellowships #aerospaceengineering #highereducation @nasa @nsfgov
Decisions, decisions

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Once again that time in the semester where I have to choose textbooks to assign for Fall! Top of the reading list (thanks to some excellent publishing reps): the new Ed. of
Isn't that sort of like Murphy's law? The likelihood a reading will be discussed goes down proportionately with the greater degree of your understanding of that reading.⠀
Reposting @legogradstudent: ⠀

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