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aerial-engineeringPresident Daniels to lead panel discussion with participants of Purdue Ukrainian Scholars Initiative

A panel discussion in the form of a fireside chat with Purdue University President Mitch Daniels at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, will feature three participants in the Purdue Ukrainian Scholars Initiative.


business-renderingPurdue’s next big move: A new School of Business

Purdue University’s next big move in a decade-long series of major strategic investments will reimagine its current School of Management into a new School of Business that will redefine the preparation of business leaders for today’s technology-driven world and tomorrow’s unknowns.


hagle-dedicationPurdue dedicates new building for Bands & Orchestras program

Purdue University on Friday (Sept. 23) dedicated Marc and Sharon Hagle Hall, a new home for Purdue Bands and Orchestras.


free-speechPurdue’s firm commitment to free speech shows in latest ranking

When new students arrive at Purdue each fall for the university’s weeklong Boiler Gold Rush orientation program, they learn about traditions, expectations, campus life and ways to become involved. One topic, in particular, is intended to resonate with students well beyond graduation.


martell-forestPurdue to boost climate-smart forestry practices among private landowners

Purdue University has received $12 million of a $35 million project led by the American Forestry Foundation and funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Partnership for Climate Smart Commodities to help family forest owners practice climate-smart forestry in Indiana and eight other states throughout the eastern half of the U.S.


mahaffey-c-22OPurdue welcomes 11 faculty through cluster hire effort in public health and health equity; advances goal to further diversify campus

A strategic hiring effort to expand Purdue University’s focus in public health and health equity while diversifying the racial makeup of its faculty has reached a major milestone, with 11 new faculty starting their Boilermaker academic careers this fall.


noonan-pOpinion columnist Peggy Noonan to join President Daniels for Purdue Presidential Lecture Series event

Pulitzer Prize-winning opinion columnist Peggy Noonan has been called the “voice of our times,” and her powerful and poignant commentaries and books described as “a love letter to the American political process.”


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