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Emergency preparedness training sessions continue

All-Hazards Awareness Training is continuing to be offered to the Purdue community through in-person sessions and online through the university's Blackboard Learn and WebCert websites.

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Emergency preparedness training expands to online sessions

All-Hazards Awareness Training, which will continue to be offered to the Purdue community through in-person sessions, will also be offered online through the university's Blackboard Learn website.

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Multiple campus construction projects taking place over the summer

Following spring commencement, there will be an increase in construction on and around the West Lafayette campus. Students, faculty, staff and visitors should be cautious in areas where work is taking place.

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Purdue police investigating reported sexual assault

Purdue University police are investigating a reported sexual assault that allegedly occurred around 3 a.m. Friday (May 9) on campus.

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Purdue emergency preparedness sessions offered throughout May

Purdue University's Office of Emergency Preparedness will offer four sessions in May for the university community to learn more about how to prepare and react to potentially dangerous situations.

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Blair Blanch autismPurdue firefighter spreads message of autism awareness

Inspired by his 6-year-old son, Purdue University Fire Department firefighter and paramedic Blair Blanch spends his days off training other public safety personnel about autism.

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Purdue police arrest student for theft; urge sports center users to secure belongings

Purdue University police are reminding the campus community to keep personal items secured in locked lockers when using the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center. The reminder comes after the arrest of a student Wednesday (April 23) on a preliminary charge of stealing items from a facility patron.

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