This is Purdue Podcast
In this episode we will learn more about Purdue Professors Michele Buzon and Randy Roberts.
In this episode we will learn more about the Founding of Purdue and the Wooden Jersey.
In this episode we will discover more about the Varsity Glee Club and Purdue’s Center for Global Soundscapes.
Today on This is Purdue you will hear about two aviation legends from the Purdue family, Neil Armstrong and Amelia Earhart.
Today on This is Purdue you will hear about two nostalgic parts of Purdue’s history - Purdue Pete and the Big Bass Drum.
Jonathon Day, associate professor of hospitality and tourism management, is studying how to strike a balance for making tourism sustainable for future generations. Day says that sustainable tourism is about looking after economics, culture and environment to benefit communities.
Today on This is Purdue, Olivea McCollins talks to Ananth Iyer and Ellen Kossek about situations that are facing many of us today. Anath Iyer is the Susan Bulkeley Butler Chair in Operations Management at the Krannert School of Management and Ellen Kossek is the Basil S. Turner Professor at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management.
A Purdue entomologist talks about why we need mosquitoes even though most of us would prefer they go away ... and how to keep them from biting us during the summer months. And, a food science expert answers questions about whether we can trust the fresh fruits and vegetables in our produce section during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode, we talk data science. A first-year student explains how he’s sharing baseball statistics online and connecting with other sports-starved fans while the COVID-19 pandemic puts organized sports on hold. We also highlight the Integrative Data Science Initiative.
We highlight a Purdue alumnus who has received national recognition for his influence and impact as a science teacher. Also, a Purdue alumna shares how she moved science research forward on national and global scales.