Eugene H. Spafford, a Purdue University professor of computer science and executive director emeritus of Purdue’s Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security – CERIAS – can talk about a range of cybersecurity issues, including cloud-based and online services.
The Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine’s popular annual Horseman's Forum will bring horse enthusiasts together on Feb. 11 to learn about current horse health issues.
Purdue innovator selected for Argonne’s first entrepreneurship program; Discovery Park-based Purdue Foundry also to serve in mentorship capacity
A Purdue graduate student who is developing technology that could turn nuclear waste into energy, has been selected as one of five innovators in a newly embedded entrepreneurship program at the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory.
Purdue will host a job fair on Wednesday (Jan. 25) geared toward filling more than 75 open positions for custodial, dining, facilities and skilled trades personnel at the university.
What a new president says and even the entertainment at his inauguration can shape Americans’ opinions about a new administration, a Purdue University historian says.
Eugene Cernan, a Purdue University electrical engineering alumnus, died Monday (Jan. 17) at the age of 82.
Researchers from three Purdue University colleges have joined governments, universities and nonprofit organizations in establishing a new independent robotics institute for the U.S. Department of Defense’s Manufacturing USA.