College of Veterinary Medicine implements precautions for open house Saturday (April 18) due to canine influenza
Due to canine influenza being confirmed in the Chicago area and some Midwestern states, including Indiana, Purdue's College of Veterinary Medicine has decided as a precautionary measure that no dogs connected with the college will participate in Saturday's (April 18) annual open house.
Purdue University has added many new activities for the entire family at its annual Spring Fest weekend April 18-19 and brought back favorites from previous years.
Purdue University's Golden Taps ceremony will be Monday (April 20) to honor students who died in the past year.
The director of international programs for Water.org will visit Purdue University this month during Earth Week for a Discovery Lecture Series talk on the global problems of those who live without safe and basic sanitation.
The Sears Lecture Series and the Purdue University Department of Political Science will present 'Women's Rights Have No Country: National Transnational and International Politics of Women's Human Rights' at 5:30 p.m. April 21 in the Purdue Memorial Union West Faculty Lounge. This lecture is free and open to the public.
Purdue 'Faculty Lunch and Learns' aim to raise awareness about substance abuse, mental health issues
Purdue University's Campus Improvement Team will host a series of 'Faculty Lunch and Learns' to raise awareness about substance abuse and mental health issues.
Purdue Extension will offer a program through the month of April to help home gardeners select, plant and care for their fruit and vegetables.
Sol will perform a free concert with opening acts Pat App and Grey Lamb and Ghost Club on April 23 at Purdue University's France A. Cordova Recreational Sports Center.
Top company executives and entrepreneurs from across the country are among the speakers for this spring's Krannert School of Management Executive Forum.