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December 15, 2014

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Faculty and Staff News

Dooley named vice provost for teaching and learning

Frank Dooley has been named vice provost for teaching and learning, effective immediately. Dooley, who had been serving as interim vice provost, will report directly to Deba Dutta, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.

Other Stories

Memo: Security and crime prevention

Transportation Service to have reduced hours

CTSI offering postdoctoral, young investigator training awards in translational research

Purdue Today schedule for semester break

This week's 'Thumbs Up' recipients

In the Spotlight

Body lessons

CLA faculty, students explore perceptions of the body

The meanings we assign to our own and others' bodies are influenced by many things, including the images we see, the messages we hear, and our own level of bodily awareness. The College of Liberal Arts' THiNK Magazine shows how CLA faculty members are exploring perceptions of the body through their work in order to create representations of the body that are more open, fluid, and realistic -- in their students' work and in their own.

* THiNK Magazine is available in a new digital edition online and can be read on a tablet or mobile phone with the new CLA e-Reader app available in Google Play or iTunes.

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Additional News


Website for life sciences at Purdue debuts

Córdova Recreational Sports Center and Herrick Laboratories achieve LEED gold certification

CIE's 2015 service-learning calendar now available


Lynne S. Taylor wins Chaney Faculty Scholar Award

Appointments, honors and activities

Purdue in the News

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

City Journal: Belt Tightening 101: Mitch Daniels has helped Purdue keep costs down for students

MSNBC: The history of Hollywood and D.C.

Dayton Daily News: Purdue, Ivy Tech create path for engineering majors

Science Daily: Invasive species can dramatically alter landscapes, study shows


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