A Purdue University professor reminds agricultural employers to be mindful of both their responsibilities and liabilities when hiring young workers.
The Indiana Sheep and Wool Market Development Program is sponsoring a shearing school on Feb. 24 at Purdue University’s Animal Science Research and Education Center sheep unit.
Nearly eight in 10 Americans will celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday with a special meal, according to the October 2023 Consumer Food Insights Report.
Purdue Global first-generation students create educational definitions dictionary to help navigate school
Words like accommodation, accredited, microcredentials and provost can prove to be challenging terms for first-generation adult learners. On top of the many other hurdles students face, understanding the words and terms that professors use can be an adjustment.
Indiana Horticultural Conference and Expo to be hosted in Hendricks County with increased educational opportunities
The annual Indiana Horticultural Conference and Expo (IHC) will take place Jan. 22-23 at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds. Vegetable and fruit growers are invited to join Purdue Agriculture specialists for two days of educational sessions and networking with fellow Indiana and Midwestern farmers and vendors.
Newly updated edition of Purdue Forage Field Guide provides essential information on forage management
The fourth edition of the Forage Field Guide from Purdue University Extension is now available for purchase on the Extension Education Store website. Created for livestock producers and the agricultural industries that serve them, the pocket guide is a valuable resource on navigating forage management.
Purdue to offer vote-ready IDs for Mobile First students eligible to vote in general election this fall
The PurdueVotes Coalition and Purdue University’s ID Card Operations/Support will assist Purdue students needing a vote-ready physical identification to participate in the municipal election in November and the primary and the general elections next year,