Purdue University Bands will celebrate West Coast jazz during an 8 p.m. concert March 27 in Stewart Center's Loeb Playhouse on campus.
Purdue Musical Organizations will perform Phenomena, a free student-produced rock show that serves as a local fundraiser, at 7:30 p.m. Friday (March 27) in Elliott Hall of Music.
Purdue University's Office of Institutional Equity is offering several opportunities in recognition and celebration of Disability Awareness Month.
The Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture will present a free webinar April 1 to provide farmers and agribusiness firms an updated 2015 crop outlook following release of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Grain Stocks and Prospective Plantings reports, both of which will be released March 31.
Laurie Garrett, an expert in global public health and infectious diseases, will speak at Purdue University on March 31 about public health. Her talk will include recent outbreaks such as Ebola and measles, and the topic of vaccination.
Geoffrey D. Dabelko, an expert on global environmental politics, conflict and peace building related to climate change, will speak on March 31 at Purdue University.
Farm families, financial planners and legal advisers can learn more about farm law, taxes, agribusiness transfers and estate planning in an April program sponsored by Purdue Extension.
Commercial grape growers will meet April 8 at a northeast Indiana vineyard to learn how to re-establish grapevines damaged during the harsh winter of a year ago.
Traditional Music Week is a weeklong celebration of traditional roots and acoustic music that will begin on March 27 with Fieldwork: Jayme Stone with The Lomax Project Residency, presented by Purdue Convocations. On April 4, the Indiana Fiddlers' Gathering will present a workshop, concert and contra dance with the dance band STEAM.