May 6, 2010
In the spotlight
Murphy Award winner: Dimitrios Peroulis
Five exceptional teachers were honored with 2010 Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Awards in Memory of Charles B. Murphy at the Celebration of Teaching Excellence on April 27 in Purdue Memorial Union. Purdue Today now highlights Dimitrios Peroulis, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering. Read more...
Featured News for Employees
Open forum scheduled to discuss benefits for part-time employees
An open forum regarding benefits for part-time employees will be held at 2 p.m. May 12 in Room 2280, Beering Hall. President France A. Córdova will speak at the forum, and there will be time for discussion and questions.
Purdue Farmers Market opens today
The Purdue Farmers Market opens for the season today at the corner of Sheetz and Wood streets, just west of Dick and Sandy Dauch Alumni Center. The market will operate 3-6:30 p.m. Thursdays through Oct. 28. Read more...
Sautter to be honored Friday
A retirement reception honoring John Sautter, vice president for housing and food services, will be held 3:30-5 p.m. Friday (May 7) in Purdue Memorial Union’s South Ballroom. Remarks begin at 4 p.m. Staff are invited to attend in paid status with the approval of their supervisor.
CityBus lists summer schedule, detours
CityBus has posted information including a map regarding service changes on and near campus due to normal summertime service reductions and construction-related detours. Read more...
Purdue Today schedule for summer
Purdue Today will reduce its publishing schedule May 10 through Aug. 13. Regular publishing days during the summer will be Monday and Thursday. Daily publication will resume Aug. 16.
Researchers in various studies looking for participants
Here is a list of research studies that currently are looking for study participants. Read more...
Purdue to award 8 honorary degrees during spring commencement
Purdue will award eight honorary doctoral degrees during May commencement ceremonies at the University's campuses in West Lafayette and Fort Wayne. Read more...
Students to build, test steel bridges in national competition
The next generation of bridge engineers from across the United States will converge on Purdue on Memorial Day weekend for the 2010 National Student Steel Bridge Competition. Read more...