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April 4, 2012

In the spotlight

Purdue Profiles: Maureen Panares

Purdue Archives
comes of age

Many of the answers for Purdue will be found in its Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center. Pulling together collections from eight locations, the Karnes center is now just three years old and housed on the fourth floor of the Humanities, Social Science, and Education Library in Stewart Center. Part of Purdue Libraries, the center also has created a searchable archive without walls on the Web. The goal is to not only preserve the past but also make it more accessible to visitors and scholars. Purdue Alumnus magazine highlights the Archives and Special Collections and its home in its March/April issue. Read more...


Featured News for Employees

Candidates sought for director of Center for Environment

A search is under way for the next director of the Center for the Environment (C4E) in Discovery Park with an intended start date for the new director in summer 2012. This is an internal search, and applications from Purdue West Lafayette faculty are encouraged. A PDF file with more information is available here.

Purdue community invited to Council for Manager Development presentations

The 2012 Council for Manager Development graduating class is scheduled to present results of its project work from 10 a.m. to noon April 24 in Stewart Center, Fowler Hall. Read more...

Callout under way for Purdue Staff Golf League

Golfers looking for an opportunity to play and meet other staff and faculty at Purdue are invited to participate in the Purdue Staff Golf League. Read more...


Research News & Special Reports

Study: Golfers can improve their putt with a different look

Golfers looking to improve their putting may find an advantage in visualizing the hole as bigger, according to a new study from Purdue. Read more...


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Graduate Student
Appreciation Week

Purdue's graduate students are the scholars, researchers and mentors of the future. They are exuberant. Resilient. Driven. Arriving from different countries and all walks of life. Acting on their passions to make a difference in the world -- and a better place for us all.

Elizabeth Trybula
Today's profile:
Elizabeth Trybula


This week's events
Events for the next four weeks

Policy leader from India will talk about global cooperation in science, education

Audrey Napoleon to open for Avicii at Purdue

WBAA Public Radio to hold One Day Spring Pledge Drive today



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