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High school students attend Purdue camp on teaching and diversity

More than 30 high school students will come to Purdue for EXCITE!, a five-day residential camp held on campus beginning Sunday (July 16).

July seminar to focus on ag finance for non-financial managers

Purdue University’s Center for Food and Agricultural Business will host a four-day seminar in July to help non-financial managers better understand how their decisions impact profitability.

Purdue summer event researches the science of humor, laughter

How a computer understands humor or learns to tell a joke, the evolution of jokes about disasters and people who live in fear of laughter will be topics when the International Summer School and Symposium on Humour and Laughter comes to Purdue University this month.

Improve your forage management skills during four-stop bus tour

Livestock producers can learn what it takes to develop better forage management skills during a four-stop bus tour. The South Central Indiana Forage Tour includes first-hand lessons on forage selection for various livestock, best forage management practices and direct marketing.

Experts to discuss best farming practices, research at 2017 Central Indiana Field Day

During the 2017 Central Indiana Field Day in the Tri-county area of Clinton, Howard and Tipton counties, speakers will talk to attendees about a wide range of topics to improve various aspects of farm production. Discussions range from recent research on weeds, entomology and cover crops to the use of field data in farming and best practices with solar panels.

Meigs Farm hosts Industrial Hemp Field Day

Farmers interested in learning more about the potential challenges and opportunities of growing industrial hemp are invited to a field day July 26 at Meigs Farm, part of the Throckmorton Purdue Agricultural Center, 9101 S. 100 E, about 10 miles south of Lafayette.

Soybean showcasePurdue Soybean Showcase planned at Beck Center

Soybean producers can gain insights on how to increase their yield by attending the 2017 Purdue Soybean Showcase field day.

Fridays in July to bring free concerts on Purdue's Union lawn

Four free concerts with varied musical styles will be offered each Friday in July on the front lawn of Purdue Memorial Union.

Krannert highlights diversity as host of leadership seminar

Hundreds of high-achieving, pre-qualified prospective MBA students will come to Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management July 28-30 as part of a pre-MBA prep seminar designed for African-Americans, Latinos and Native Americans.

Purdue, DuPont Pioneer to highlight phenotyping at plant science symposium

Purdue University graduate students, in partnership with DuPont Pioneer, will discuss 'Phenotyping for the Future' at the second annual Purdue Graduate Student Plant Science Symposium Aug. 3.

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