Purdue Today

August 20, 2014

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Faculty and Staff News

Memo: Religious, ethnic and civic observances

Periods of religious observances may create sensitive situations for some students and staff in regard to coursework and University events. This memo from Alysa Christmas Rollock, vice president for ethics and compliance, speaks to those situations and the University's commitment to diversity.

Other Stories

People with asthma can benefit from new Center for Healthy Living program

Course merger tool on Blackboard tops list of recent technology enhancements for instructors

Reminder: Janitorial supplies available from one supplier

In the Spotlight

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Did You Know?: Analytical chemistry at Purdue

The study of analytical chemistry reverberates throughout Purdue's West Lafayette campus, from the University's elite graduate program to the discipline's quiet undercurrent in a variety of undergraduate majors. Analytical chemistry involves the separation, identification and quantification of natural and artificial chemical components. If that sounds like a broadly defined discipline, that's because it is, says Pete Kissinger, professor of chemistry.

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Additional News


High-tech Purdue startup named to Alchemist Accelerator program

Purdue Extension to assist with feasibility study for regional food hubs

Girls' sports win with universal community support, fans


Purdue professor leading Department of Defense work into 'neuromorphic' computing

Purdue in the News

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

Dog Channel: Purdue to develop standards for dog breeders

WebMD: 6 ways pets can improve your health


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