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Cyber expert: Shoppers who used cards at Target need to exercise caution

A top cyberforensics researcher says the Target credit card breach could be more dangerous than initial reports indicate, opening millions of people to significant money loss and identity theft.

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Purdue recognizes National Disability Employment Awareness Month with workshops

Purdue University's Office of Institutional Equity is offering several learning opportunities in recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. This year's theme is 'A Strong Workforce is an Inclusive Workforce: What Can YOU Do?'

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Neil Armstrong memorial service set for Aug. 27 on Purdue campus

Purdue Student Government will hold a memorial service for university alumnus and Apollo astronaut Neil A. Armstrong at 5:30 p.m. Monday (Aug. 27).

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Purdue TAP expands displaced worker green training

Purdue University's Technical Assistance Program (TAP) and the Indiana Department of Workforce Development have announced new sessions of a training program designed to give unemployed, underemployed and dislocated workers the knowledge and tools necessary for 21st century manufacturing jobs.

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Crisis Center earns first Purdue Community Partner Award

Purdue has named the Lafayette Crisis Center as the inaugural winner of the university's Exemplary Community Partner Award.

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Program for youth with disabilities offers summer session

PETE's PALs - Physical Education Teacher Educators Supporting Physical Activity, Learning, and Service - will host a five-week physical activity and aquatics program beginning June 14.

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