Tiny Technologies for Huge Impacts on Health
Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering Atrium
What is nanomedicine? What are implantable microdevices? What is tissue engineering? How will these technologies improve health in the next 10 to 20 years? Watch this video and hear Purdue’s experts weigh in on these important issues.
Building a New Planet
Can we, will we, build a better planet in the coming decades to meet the many needs of our society? What is the role of the individual, local communities, and governments? Watch as the opportunities for leadership at Purdue University unfold.
Serious Games for Serious Learning: Harnessing the Digital Generation
Lawson Computer Science Building Commons
Connecting … sharing …. interacting … playing … competing … and yes, learning! The digital age of interactive entertainment and gaming has landed in the classroom. Watch as a panel of experts imparts their opinions and knowledge on gaming in the classroom.
The Diversity in the Classroom Project
Facilitated by: Dr. Carolyn Johnson, Director of the Diversity Resource Office
Panelists: Professor Mark Russell, Animal Sciences, Career Leadership; Professor Anne Knupfer, American Studies, The Chicago Black Renaissance; Matthew Kirkwood, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture; Professor Robin Clair, Communication, Diversity at Work: A Rhetorical Approach; Professor Dawn Riggs, History, History of Native America; and Professor Melanie Shoffner, English, Literature in the Secondary Classroom.
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