The Purdue University Black Cultural Center's fall programming will culminate Friday (Dec. 6) with the annual Cultural Arts Festival – entitled INDIGO FREEDOM - at Loeb Playhouse.
Purdue University's Oncological Sciences Center next week is bringing researchers together for a workshop focused on physical sciences, engineering and cancer.
Purdue University students completing a mechanical engineering senior design course will demonstrate 17 inventions, from a robotic fish to a water-cooled workout vest, a new type of Braille printer to a surfboard that performs with less drag than conventional boards.
The Purdue Contemporary Dance Company will present its Winter Works 2013 dance concert Dec. 6-7.
Purdue Musical Organizations will present four public performances of the 80th-anniversary Purdue Christmas Show on Dec. 7 and 8.
Fifteen exhibitions representing various media by student and professional artists will be featured during the fall semester in Rueff Galleries.
Loretta H. Rush, a Purdue alumna who in 2012 became Indiana's 108th Supreme Court Justice, will keynote the university's winter commencement ceremonies Dec. 15 on campus.
Improving crop stress tolerance, enhancing water quality, maximizing yield and decreasing the risks associated with shifting weed, disease and weather constraints to crop production are the themes of this year's Indiana Certified Crop Adviser Conference Dec. 17-18 in Indianapolis.
Emergency responders, grain elevator employees and farmers will learn how to best avoid getting trapped in grain bins by attending one of two Purdue Extension workshops.