Purdue Today

October 23, 2014

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Faculty and Staff News

Anthem offering one-on-one assistance at West Lafayette campus next week

Anthem representatives will be on the West Lafayette campus two days next week for one-on-one meetings. Employees who would like to discuss medical plan options for 2015, review details about plan coverage or talk through other medical plan topics with Anthem are invited to schedule an appointment.

Other Stories

Wireless Wednesday showcase to focus on new active learning classroom

Weekend upgrade will result in minor difference for GM-AIMS reports

National Save for Retirement Week tip

In the Spotlight

bike pedestrian ideas

Consultants recommend changes to address campus bicycle-pedestrian needs

The bicycle consulting team of Rundell Ernstberger Associates LLC and Toole Design Group shared its recommendations with the campus and community at a public meeting on Wednesday (Oct. 22). The recommendations are based on a yearlong study that looked at best practices in both urban and campus environments and used a variety of feedback mechanisms to obtain information from students, faculty, staff and community members.

* Green Week 2014 events

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Additional News


Saralyn Sharp

Purdue offers new residency, special training in veterinary pharmacy  »

Purdue e-Pubs celebrates
8-millionth download

Implementation of campus tree care plan continues


Purdue is site of new regional center on nutrition, obesity research

Researchers in various studies looking for participants


Television, time change for Nov. 1 volleyball match

Purdue in the News

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

Imperial Valley (Calif.) News: 3,080-mile race's research to focus on runners' response to extreme physical activity

Phys.org: New 3-D printing algorithms speed production, reduce waste

Washington Post: Ten fruits and vegetables you're storing wrong


event calendar

Forum to feature leaders from West Virginia chemical spill

Latino Cultural Center to celebrate 'Día de los Muertos'

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