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Purdue NOW: Fridgey, 2-year-old Bengal cat, gets first hip replacement surgery at Purdue

Fridgey, a 2-year-old Bengal cat, received a procedure commonly used in human medicine but never before used on a feline patient at Purdue – total hip replacement surgery. - 7/19/2018


Purdue NOW: Veterans with PTSD may benefit from service dogs

A new study shows how veterans with PTSD may benefit physiologically from using service dogs. This study, led by the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, is the first published research to use a physiological marker to define the biobehavioral effects of service dogs on veterans with PTSD. - 6/18/2018


treesPurdue Now: Tree Campus USA award to be presented Thursday at Earth Week tree planting

Purdue University received the Tree Campus USA award for the ninth consecutive year from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources during Purdue's Earth Week/Arbor Day tree planting activity. - 6/7/2018


Purdue NOW: Purdue, Peruvian university begin research and innovation alliance

Purdue University is celebrating the official start of its new Cooperative Technical Alliance Program with the Universidad Nacional de San Agustin (UNSA) with the launch of its initial flagship research and capacity building initiative: the Arequipa Nexus Institute for Food, Water, Energy, and the Environment. - 6/1/2018


Purdue NOW – Purdue Day of Giving recapPurdue NOW – Purdue Day of Giving recap

Purdue University set the collegiate record for single-day fundraising on Wednesday (April 25), raising $37.6 million through Purdue Day of Giving and besting its own record-setting performance of $28.2 million in 2017. This year’s online event marked the fourth consecutive year that Purdue has raised the most dollars for higher education in a 24-hour timespan. - 4/27/2018


Purdue NOW – Spring Dance Concert

The Purdue University Contemporary Dance Company on April 27-28 will present its Spring Works Dance Concert. - 4/24/2018


Purdue NOW – Say’s firefly named state insect

Gov. Eric Holcomb was at Cumberland Elementary in West Lafayette to sign a bill naming the Say's firefly as the official state insect. - 4/4/2018


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