September 19, 2016

Deadlines for faculty and staff

Here are some deadlines for nominations, applications and such for West Lafayette campus or University matters. This list is limited to things potentially involving faculty and staff from numerous sectors of the campus or University. (Listings may be derived from Purdue Today articles or Purdue news releases. Other submissions are welcome. Send by Wednesday; list updated on Monday. Contact:

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* = Student awards and opportunities for which faculty-staff nominations are invited or needed, or about which faculty-staff communication to students is appreciated.


Ag alumni Certificate of Distinction. Nominations due Oct. 1. Purdue Agricultural Alumni Association. Multiple recipients; for significant contributions to agriculture, forestry or natural resources. URL: :

Digital Education funding awards for development of new online courses. Proposals due Oct. 1. URL:

APSAC individual professional development grants. Applications due 11:59 p.m. Oct. 3. URL:

"Breaking Through: Multidisciplinary Solutions to Global Grand Challenges" letters of intent due Oct. 15. Project funded by Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop approaches blending work by people in humanities, social sciences, STEM, libraries and more. URL:

Director of the Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering.  No deadline specified for nominations or applications. URL:

Bravo Award. Recognizing and rewarding employees' "extraordinary performance which produces a measurable outcome." The program authorizes each unit to determine its own nomination and award process. URLs: and



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