February 10, 2010
In the spotlight
Academic advisers give awards to two
Two academic advisors whose work makes a lasting impression on students and colleagues were recently honored with annual awards given by the Purdue Academic Advising Association. Read more...
Featured News for Employees
Home Hospital emergency room to close and move in late February
West Lafayette campus employees and supervisors need to be aware of the upcoming closing of the Home Hospital Emergency Department. The hospital's emergency department will close at 11 p.m. Feb. 23 and move to the new St. Elizabeth East hospital. The St. Elizabeth East Emergency Care Center, 1701 S. Creasy Lane in Lafayette, will open at 7 a.m. Feb. 25. Read more...
Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship program seeks faculty proposals
Faculty members are invited to partner with the Discovery Learning Research Center to involve undergraduates in interdisciplinary research through the Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship program. Read more...
Ease snow removal by parking in garages
Parking Facilities is relaxing enforcement in garages today (Feb. 10) and is asking for all motorists -- students, staff, and faculty -- to park in garages rather than on the streets to aid in the snow removal process.
For questions or concerns, contact Holly Alexander, parking facilities manager, at 49-49315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 Purdue researchers awarded DOE early career grants
Two Purdue researchers are among 69 chosen nationwide by the U.S. Department of Energy to receive awards through the DOE's new Early Career Research Program. Read more...
Purdue interested in student feedback on variety of topics
Purdue students will receive two to four surveys this semester as part of the University's efforts to participate in the national Census and learn student opinions on issues related to campus life and educational opportunities. Read more...
Students to go for gold in Science Olympiad competition
More than 200 Indiana middle and high school students will test their scientific knowledge on Feb. 27 in the Science Olympiad regional competition at Purdue. Read more...
'American Presidents: Life Portraits' exhibit draws strong reviews
Around 20 students from Noblesville's Guerin Catholic High School received more than a history lesson Thursday (Feb. 4) when they visited Purdue's Hicks Undergraduate Library.
In touring C-SPAN's exhibit "American Presidents: Life Portraits," the students were able to combine history with art and literature. The exhibit will remain at Purdue through Feb. 21. Read more...