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Haller Foundation, Walther Foundation donate $1.5 million to Purdue for endowed professorship in cancer biology
A $750,000 donation from the Henry E. Haller Jr. Foundation has endowed a professorship that will support the work of the Purdue Center for Cancer Research and the College of Science in cancer biology. The gift was matched by the Walther Cancer Foundation for a total of $1.5 million. The endowment will be known as the Boyce Haller Professorship.
Three Purdue professors advancing quantum science and work-life and work-life family research policy have been chosen to receive the university's most prestigious research and scholarship awards. Each recognizes recent accomplishments of high significance and impact.
Amplified Sciences, a Purdue University-affiliated life science diagnostics company focused on accurately detecting and pre-empting the risks of debilitating diseases, has been named to the fourth annual Most Fundable Companies list from Pepperdine University's Graziadio Business School.
Purdue University and the Purdue for Life Foundation announce the inaugural Purdue Day of Service, to be held Oct. 29, on the West Lafayette campus.
Purdue University Galleries will exhibit artwork featuring by Purdue alumna Delita Martin in the Robert L. Ringel Gallery in Stewart Center. This solo exhibition, titled “Wait For Me In The Still Waters,” will open on Monday (Oct. 18) and run through Dec.10.
The Military Family Research Institute (MFRI) at Purdue University will host the 12th annual Battlemind to Home Summit on Oct. 26, with optional preconference sessions on Oct. 25. This virtual event will bring together experts in mental health, law, community services and faith to discuss best practices for supporting military-connected individuals in their transition from the battlefront to the home front.