The Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University on Thursday (Sept. 18) will welcome riders from the first Ride Indiana, a 5-day, 500-mile cycling endurance event designed to raise awareness and support for veterans.
Traditional Chinese music, folks dances and Beijing opera will be featured in a Sept. 20 performance to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the world Confucius Institutes, and the seventh anniversary for the Confucius Institute at Purdue.
How digital technology affects documentary photography will be one topic explored through a new art exhibit and symposium at Purdue University.
More than 70 institutions of higher education will be at Purdue University's West Lafayette campus Sept. 21-22 during the Big Ten + Graduate School Exposition.
The Purdue University Department of Forestry and Natural Resources is offering a two-day, continuing education workshop on invasive species management in conjunction with the Indiana chapters of The Wildlife Society and the Society of American Foresters.
Author and academician Alvin Plantinga, who has spent his career creating a place for religion in philosophy and now in science, will give a talk as part of the Discovery Lecture Series next week at Purdue University.
Andrew Mesecar, Purdue University's Walther Professor of Cancer Structural Biology, will discuss the deceptive characteristics of coronaviruses and the quest for drugs that could defeat them during next week's Science on Tap.
Krannert School of Management will honor six Purdue University alumni and faculty during its 14th annual Leadership Speakers Series dinner Sept. 26.
A traveling Smithsonian exhibition developed to mark the 150th anniversary of the American Veterinary Medical Association will be on display Sept. 26-27 at Purdue University.