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The Purdue University Board of Trustees on Friday (Feb. 3) endorsed President Mung Chiang’s request for a 12th consecutive tuition freeze, meaning students will see no increase in tuition through at least the 2024-25 academic year.
Purdue’s next big move in a decadelong series of major strategic investments will honor a celebrated president who led transformative change during his tenure, as plans for the state-of-the-art Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business were approved Friday (Feb. 3) by the university’s Board of Trustees. The reimagined Daniels School will prepare tomorrow’s leaders and entrepreneurs, grounding them in the hallmarks of a Purdue education, including STEM disciplines and business analytics.
Purdue a factor as Lafayette No. 1 nationally in latest WSJ/Realtor.com housing index of most affordable markets for fourth quarter
The moon is too hot and too cold; now it could be just right for humans, thanks to newly available science
With temperatures on the moon ranging from minus 410 to a scorching 250 degrees Fahrenheit, it’s an understatement to say that humans will need habitats with heat and air conditioning to survive there long term.
Purdue University is recognizing faculty members who have been elected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences (AAAS), one of the most distinct honors within the scientific community.
Purdue’s online engineering graduate programs gain overall in U.S. News rankings of Best Online Programs
Stratolaunch creates Advanced Program Office at Discovery Park District and collaborates with Purdue University on hypersonic design and test
Stratolaunch LLC and Purdue University are pleased to announce they have established a partnership dedicated to accelerating the time required to design, build, test and fly hypersonic vehicles.