A new group of graduate students representing the next generation of leaders that will tackle issues involving world hunger will assemble at Purdue University for the second Borlaug Summer Institute on Global Food Security.
The group of first-year students Purdue expects on its West Lafayette campus this fall will be the university's most academically prepared ever, according to preliminary admissions data.
In a world of uncertainty with difficult global challenges ahead and no shortage of pessimists, Purdue President Mitch Daniels on Friday (May 10) sent the university's newest alumni out with one certainty: Boilermakers have and will continue to make a difference.
The Purdue University Board of Trustees on Friday (May 10) ratified appointments of five named and distinguished professors at the West Lafayette campus and approved a new health studies program at Purdue North Central.
Just as technology has transformed businesses that deal in information delivery, such as journalism and book publishing, many experts also expect that electronic technologies will transform higher education,
The Global Policy Research Institute has awarded its first Graduate Student Research Fellowships to two Purdue University graduate students.
A student-led initiative has opened the door to Purdue University for a new program designed to prepare the next generation of leaders for tackling complex challenges that require an interdisciplinary-driven solution.