Purdue President Mitch Daniels annouced the establishment of a Safe Campus Task Force, today (3/31).
Squeezable food pouches for infants and toddlers are a popular item among parents as they are easy to use, transport and clean up.
WHAT: Many Americans are facing increasing issues of anxiety as news and warnings about the COVID-19 pandemic expand daily. With some “stay in place” orders and self-quarantines in effect, providing mental health access could be the next need.
During this time of uncertainty, consumers, farmers and retailers have many questions regarding food safety and COVID-19. Yaohua “Betty” Feng, assistant professor of food science at Purdue University, and her lab have compiled information from nationwide food safety experts on a central reference website.
WHAT: Parents are facing fluid plans for their child’s education as the large majority of schools in the nation closed into April are facing still-rising coronavirus case numbers.
WHAT: No matter what lifestyle people may have led previously, things have changed for almost everyone during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of these changes, people are experiencing complicated and dynamic reactions to the loss of specific aspects of their lives.
The Purdue Center for Commercial Agriculture will be hosting a free Spring 2020 Crop Outlook webinar from 12:30-1:30 p.m. on April 1.