This event is designed to highlight career opportunities and research at national laboratories and federally funded research and development centers across the United States.

Additionally, this event may help your lab to:

  • Build Relationships With Our Departments
  • Recruit And Hire Our Talented Graduates Students, Postdocs, and Undergraduate Students
  • Present Your Current Lab’s Projects
  • Connect With Purdue Faculty

Registration opens August 1, 2016

Opportunities for participation:

  • Roundtable Discussions (Monday, November 7) – the roundtable discussions will give you an opportunity to network with potential collaborating faculty at Purdue. Please provide three potential areas of collaboration, in order of preference, in a short response to this email. Prior to the event, we will notify you which areas have been selected, and solicit faculty appropriate for each discussion’s focus. A light breakfast will be provided to attendees.
  • Employer Information Sessions (Monday, November 7) – presentations on the research and career opportunities at your organization as well as an opportunity for graduate students and postdocs to network with your organization.
  • Professional Development Workshops (Monday, November 7) – present on a topic such as communication, leadership, negotiation, persuasion and influence, or coaching and mentoring others. Other topics are welcome. This is an opportunity for our graduate students and postdocs to learn from experienced professionals!
  • Career Fair (Tuesday, November 8) – network with Purdue graduate students and postdocs about opportunities in your organization and their skills, qualifications, and research.

If you have any questions, please contact Devona Gangwer, Administrative Assistant for the Graduate School, (; 765-494-0245)


We look forward to your attendance at our NL@P Days!

Ernest C. Young Hall, Room 170 | 155  S. Grant Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2114 | 765-494-2600

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