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Purdue takes action following reported sexual assault

On Thursday (Jan. 22), the Purdue University Police Department was notified by another university’s law enforcement agency that one of its students reported having been sexually assaulted by a Purdue student. Immediately upon notification, PUPD began a criminal investigation. Following execution of a search warrant, the student was taken into custody for questioning and later arrested.


Exemplary Community Partner Award renamed in honor of social justice advocate

The Exemplary Community Partner Award, which recognizes local nonprofits that provide volunteer and service-learning opportunities for Purdue students, has been renamed in honor of a local social justice advocate and Purdue sociology professor.


Registration underway for 2015 Duke Energy Academy at Purdue

The Duke Energy Academy at Purdue has opened registration for high school juniors or seniors and secondary teachers interested in participating in a STEM-focused, annual summer program.


Purdue Chao Center to increase pharmaceutical production, collaborate with health services firm

The Chao Center for Industrial Pharmacy and Contract Manufacturing will increase its pharmaceutical development and production to include other drugs for niche markets in addition to its current manufacturing of Cycloserine Capsules USP, a global drug developed by Eli Lilly and Co. used to treat multidrug-resistant tuberculosis.


Reed to receive Purdue's Dreamer Award

Willie Reed, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and professor of veterinary anatomic pathology, will receive Purdue University's 2015 Dreamer Award.


Purdue's Discovery Park unveils action-sketch video to highlight connections, successes, future goals

Purdue's Discovery Park, which reached the $1 billion milestone this year for the amount of generated sponsored research, private gifts and endowments, is releasing a new video highlighting its role in fostering interdisciplinary research and connecting faculty with research partners.


IACMI teamU.S. Department of Energy selects team including Purdue for innovative energy-saving manufacturing initiative

Purdue University is part of a deep and diverse team selected by the U.S. Department of Energy to lead a $259 million initiative to develop the next generation of energy-efficient vehicles and wind energy and compressed-gas storage technologies.


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