Purdue graduate creates startup to produce, sell charcoal made from coffee grounds, creating a greener, faster way to grill
A Purdue University alumnus has developed a faster, more environmentally friendly way to grill food this tailgating season by using coffee briquettes made from coffee grounds.
Purdue University forestry and natural resources and biological sciences professor Jeffrey Dukes has been selected as the new director of the Purdue Climate Change Research Center in Discovery Park.
The Indiana University Maurer School of Law and Purdue University's College of Engineering have established a scholarship and mentoring program for engineering students interested in pursuing a law degree.
A program that teaches young children a variety of skills with building blocks has been awarded the Purdue Cooperative Extension Specialists Association's top award.
Ken Huseman of Lake County has been chosen as the 2014 Friend of Purdue Extension for his commitment to supporting and promoting the program nationally and locally.
Three Purdue Extension leaders received special recognition Thursday (Oct. 16) for the exceptional service they have provided through their profession to the university and the people of Indiana.
The Indiana Extension Educators Association presented annual awards Thursday (Oct. 16) to county educators during a luncheon at Purdue Extension's Professional Development Conference.