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Submissions should include:
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The deadline to submit items for Purdue Today is one week before the requested date of publication. If more urgent, call the Purdue Today editor at 765-494-9573.

Publication process

A Purdue Today editor will contact the submitter for confirmation within two working days and will work with the source to create a final, approved version. Purdue Today reserves the right to approve and make final editorial decisions on all items.

Thumbs Up

"Thumbs Up" gives faculty and staff the chance to recognize others on campus for a job well done. "Thumbs Up" submissions are published in the order they are received.

Bringing Our Best

Purdue University is a community that is persistent in its pursuit to build a better world together, especially during the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. "Bringing Our Best" features "Thumbs Up" submissions and stories about such efforts by Purdue faculty, staff and students to help the campus, community and beyond. "Thumbs Up" submissions may be made online; story ideas should be sent to

Event calendars

Purdue Today event calendars featuring the current week’s events and events four weeks out will pause through summer 2022. Purdue Today will resume highlighting events in August with the debut of Purdue’s new University calendar.

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