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Haley OliverFoodborne disease prevention next topic for Science on Tap

Purdue University’s Haley Oliver, an associate professor of food science, will lead the next session of Science on Tap this Thursday (June 21) in a discussion about foodborne diseases and how to reduce risk of exposure.

Purdue workshop encourages teachers to focus on fiscal responsibility in the classroom

A workshop on June 26 featuring State Rep. Sheila Klinker will help middle and high school teachers incorporate into their curriculum the complex issues surrounding fiscal responsibility, such as the federal budget and national debt.

Purdue Food Science department offers four-day food safety workshop for industry professionals

The Department of Food Science at Purdue University will offer a Validation Workshop: Aseptic Processing and Filling, June 25-28 in the Philip E. Nelson Hall of Food Science on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus.

WBAA to celebrate 96 years with NPR host Steve Inskeep

WBAA, public radio at Purdue, will host a celebratory dinner featuring renowned journalist Steve Inskeep in honor of the station’s 96-year anniversary at 6 p.m. June 28 in the Purdue Memorial Union.

Get the latest on weed management technology and strategies at Purdue's Weed Day

Purdue University’s Weed Science team will host its annual Weed Day on July 3, 8:30 a.m. to noon, at the Throckmorton Purdue Agricultural Center, 8343 U.S. Highway 231 - about five miles south of Lafayette - offering farmers, industry professionals, Extension educators and crop advisers the opportunity to discover the latest in weed management technologies and techniques.

Registration is open for a new Krannert business camp for young girls in high school

The Jane Brock-Wilson Women in Management Center will welcome approximately 30 high school students July 8 to Purdue University for the Emerging Leaders Retreat, a four-day residential camp designed to empower young women and to introduce them to careers in business through hands-on learning activities.

PALS soccerPALS Camp returns to Purdue to teach life skills in a fun way

A summer spent playing sports, learning about engineering and computers, and gaining valuable life skills is ahead for several hundred Lafayette-area young people at the annual PALS Camp on the campus of Purdue University.

Purdue Plant Science symposium focuses on food security

Purdue University graduate students will discuss the 'Future of Food Security' at the third annual Purdue Graduate Student Plant Science Symposium Aug. 2. The event is part of the Plant Science Symposia series sponsored by Corteva Agriscience, the agriculture division of DowDuPont.

Purdue seminar to bridge the gap between sales and marketing

Purdue University’s Center for Food and Agricultural Business will offer the 2018 Market Planning for Agri-Marketers August 7-9 in West Lafayette.

Purdue-based life sciences company to host scientific networking conference for area research companies, investors, customers

The Purdue Railyard will host the first Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Cancer and Research (BPCR) Conference, a free scientific networking symposium on August 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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