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Boiler Bridge to connect Purdue campus, Extension to communities statewide

A statewide series of community events hosted by Purdue University's College of Agriculture will help college-curious youth and parents learn more about all fields of study at Purdue while showcasing local Purdue Extension programs.

Purdue event to focus on space research, future of living in space

Blossoming connections between space exploration and the fields of biology and biotechnology are the focus of a speaking event at Purdue University.

Zavattieri biometricsScience on Tap to feature talk on Engineering 2.0, materials designed from nature

Purdue University civil engineering professor Pablo Zavattieri will discuss how nature can inspire and influence high-performance materials at next week's session of Science on Tap.

Purdue to dedicate new MRI facility for research in human and life sciences

Purdue University's new Purdue Magnetic Resonance Imaging Facility that will enhance research opportunities in the health and life sciences will be dedicated Friday (Oct. 28).

Purdue faculty presenting at aquaponics conference

Six Purdue University faculty members whose work includes aquaculture will give presentations during a two-day conference on aquaponics in October.

Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center to host several events in its new home

To celebrate the completion of the move to 915 Fifth St., the staff of the Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center has planned several events in October to welcome the community to its new home.

Emory professor to highlight threat of antibiotic resistance at Coppoc One Health Lecture

Dr. James M. Hughes, professor of medicine and public health at Emory University, will speak about challenges posed by resistance to antibiotics and other antimicrobial agents at the third Coppoc One Health Lecture hosted by Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 2 in Lynn Hall, Room 1136.

2016 election will be focus of fall series

The Latino vote, political campaigns and social media, and presidential candidates are the topics of a 2016 fall election series at Purdue University.

Grammy-winning R&B singer brings 'Livin' on a High Note' to Purdue

With songs written for her by Neko Case, Aloe Blacc, Nick Cave, M. Ward and Ben Harper, Mavis Staples on Nov. 4 will serenade a Loeb Theater audience. This 8 p.m. performance is presented by Purdue Convocations with support from the Purdue Black Cultural Center, Davis Family, and Davis Family Endowment.

Purdue's College of Veterinary Medicine to host national conference of Centers for Human-Animal Bond

Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine will host the national Centers for Human Animal Bond Conference Nov. 3-4 in Stewart Center, Room 310. It will be the first time in 10 years the group has met. Sponsored by the Human Animal Bond Research Initiative Foundation, the conference will include an opening public lecture about studies involving animals and autism.

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