Purdue Today

January 20, 2017

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Faculty and Staff News

Phishing, other kinds of tax scams rank No. 1 – don’t fall victim

As tax season approaches, scammers are preparing to commit fraud. Be prepared to combat it, ITaP security staff warns.

In the Spotlight

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Purdue Profiles: Emily Dykhuizen

Emily Dykhuizen, assistant professor of medicinal chemistry and molecular pharmacology, has always been driven to "understand and cure disease but also to discover scientific truths," she says. Dykhuizen says being a part of MCMP is the perfect fit for her mix of disciplines and that her position at Purdue is perfect for pursuing the goals of understanding, curing and discovering.

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Additional News


Purdue’s HUBzero powers virtual plant science community mentoring high school student researchers

Student-authored submissions sought for service-learning and international engagement journal


Men's tennis to open spring season Saturday

Purdue in the News

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

• HealthCanal: Tumor suppressor key in maintaining stem cell status in muscle

• World of Chemicals: Mussels inspire creation of new biodegradable adhesive

• Phys.org: Startup plans to use 3-D printers to create tomorrow's rocket engines

• Lafayette Journal & Courier, WXIN: Purdue students to study political climate in Washington


event calendar

Award-winning German vocal ensemble returning to Purdue

Young Ladies of Agriculture event to connect, inspire students

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