April 26, 2011
In the spotlight
Although Indiana does not seem the most likely place to study marine reptiles, Frank Paladino, the Jack W. Schrey Distinguished Professor of Biology at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, has more than 25 years of experience leading expeditions to Costa Rica, South Africa and India to study leatherback sea turtles.
Featured News for Employees
Meeting set to begin planning Homecoming 2011
Organizers of Homecoming 2011 will have a meeting May 3 to begin planning the weekend's events. This year’s Homecoming will be on Oct. 22 in conjunction with the Illinois football game. Read more...
Research News & Special Reports
Study: Reasonable quantities of red pepper may help curb appetite
Spicing up your daily diet with some red pepper can curb appetite, especially for those who don't normally eat the popular spice, according to research from Purdue. Read more...
Appointments, honors and activities
Here is a list of recent appointments and honors for faculty, staff and students. Read more...
Purdue women's golf team earns No. 2 seed at NCAA East Regional
The NCAA Division I Women's Golf Committee announced Monday evening that the defending national champion Purdue women's golf team is the No. 2 seed in the 2011 NCAA Women's Golf East Regional Championship. The Boilermakers are coming off a second-place finish at the Big Ten Championships in Glencoe, Ill., this past weekend. Read more...
Registration now open for baseball's June-ior Day Prospect Camp
Online registration is now open for the first of Purdue baseball’s numerous summer camps, the June-ior Day Prospect Camp, which is open to 2012 and 2013 high school graduates on June 21-22. Read more...
For more information on Purdue sports, go to www.purduesports.com.
• This week's events
• Events for the next four weeks
• Lavendar Graduation to honor LGBTQ students
• Purdue Bands' 'Jazz on the Hill' concert to pay tribute to the 1970s