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graham-lillyscholarsPurdue’s inaugural Lilly Scholars train to become pharmaceutical manufacturing workforce leaders of the future

Purdue University’s Lilly Scholars are hitting the ground running in their training to become the next generation of pharmaceutical manufacturing leaders. Thanks to a $42.5 million collaboration between Purdue and Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY), students earned pharmaceutical manufacturing scholarships and unique learning opportunities with one of the world’s most innovative pharmaceutical companies.

militaryadvboard-groupNew Military Advisory Board to boost Purdue’s Online Learning 2.0 initiative

A new Purdue Online Learning 2.0 Military Advisory Board will help identify avenues to advance Purdue’s overarching objective of educating and supporting more military-affiliated students, especially through the unmatched continuum of online educational programs Purdue offers.

pfl-trimblePurdue University to launch Trimble Technology Lab with focus on construction management technology

Purdue University and Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) are establishing the state-of-the-art Trimble Technology Lab at Purdue, focused on teaching and research for construction management technology.

DCTC-cohortDefense Civilian Training Corps at Purdue creates path to service

Twenty Purdue juniors and a host of university officials met Wednesday (Aug. 30) for the start of a big endeavor with a lot of promise: The students are the first cohort of the Defense Civilian Training Corps at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus.

pglobal-graph23Purdue Global to offer new Military Physician Assistant Preparation concentration

The U.S. armed forces is known for its frontline soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, Coast Guardsmen and Guardians. Behind the scenes, medical personnel are critical to keep those service members healthy, and upskilling personnel for positions such as physician assistants in medical units is essential.

pglobal-liftLIFT Academy, Purdue Global partner to increase education access for next generation of pilots

Airline travel might become even more fraught in the coming years if the U.S. can’t find enough pilots to fly. Purdue Global is offering a new path to becoming an aviation professional with its latest partnership.

pglobal-concordPro bono work helps students gain experience, keep faculty on top of legal changes

As a lawyer and Concord Law School administrator, Shaun Jamison impresses upon his law students the importance of giving back and being a force for good.

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