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Harley ItalyMore Purdue students studying abroad this summer

Purdue University continues to see an increase in study abroad participation, especially during the summer sessions.

Biomedical engineering headship to be named for orthopedics pioneer Dr. Dane A. Miller

A gift from Mary Louise Miller, wife of the late engineer and entrepreneur Dr. Dane Miller, will name the headship of Purdue’s Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering as part of Ever True: The Campaign for Purdue University.

Dublin Institute of Technology, Purdue expand partnership

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) President Brian Norton and Purdue President Mitch Daniels on Monday (May 23) signed an agreement that will expand on collaborative efforts that have been ongoing between the two institutions for more than a decade.

Farm Management Tour highlights innovative northwest Indiana farms

This year's Purdue Farm Management Tour will include stops at four northwest Indiana farms, focusing on innovative methods to improve soil health and nutrient management with the goal of improving profitability.

Film expert available to discuss summer blockbusters

Super heroes, sequels and animated features are leading this summer's lineup of Hollywood releases, according to Purdue University film expert Lance Duerfahrd.

Teen 4-H members invited to apply to dairy youth academy

Applications are being accepted for a 4-H program that gives teens a firsthand look at agribusiness management in the dairy industry.

The risks for athletes in the Rio Summer Olympics

Ernest R. Blatchley III, a Purdue University professor, can talk about research into contamination of swimming pool water from pharmaceuticals and chemicals from personal care products. Swimming pools, disinfection byproducts, urea, uric acid, pharmaceuticals, personal care products, PPCPs.

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