Purdue Today

July 20, 2017

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Faculty and Staff News

Email scanning system improves protection, reduces bulk email, increases user control

Purdue’s new email scanning system is capturing a voluminous amount of bulk email aimed at the inboxes of the University community. ITaP is tuning the new system so email that users want becomes less likely to be caught by the system’s filters and quarantined.

Other Stories

Purdue NewU update: Mission of NewU, video content

University holidays, winter recess are separate times off

Traffic shifts to westbound lanes at Wabash Landing; portion of Tapawingo Drive immediately south of State Street closes

In the Spotlight

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Center a catalyst for STEM research, learning

What approach optimizes science, technology, engineering and math learning for K-12 students? What research will bring us new knowledge to enhance teaching methods? What collaborations will lead to advancements? Quests for answers to these questions define the work of Purdue's Center for Advancing the Teaching and Learning of STEM. The College of Education's spring issue of Launch magazine takes a closer look at the center.

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Additional News


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New mechanism to destroy viruses could lead to future therapies »

Non-toxic underwater adhesive could bring new surgical glue

MRI device could bridge neuro-technologies for medical diagnostics, increase patient safety

Technology could transform microalgae into bio-based chemicals to increase biofeedstock, reduce landfill waste

Researchers in various studies looking for participants


Purdue collaborative education project gets NSF grant funding

Purdue School of Nursing receives grant to fund mental health nurse practitioner program

Krannert highlights diversity as host of leadership seminar

PHA and Qsource accept CMS challenge to guide 90% of Indiana clinicians through QPP reporting


Football performance complex update

Purdue in the News

Here is a sampling of recent news reports about Purdue from media across the nation and the world.

• The Weather Channel: Lightning bolt leaves pattern on Purdue University golf course

• Time, Yahoo, Travel + Leisure: Artificial sweeteners are linked to weight gain -- not weight loss

• Journal & Courier: This summer school is something to laugh about -- literally

• WISH TV: Indiana Black Expo highlights STEM for youth


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