July 16, 2020
Today's Top 5 From Purdue University
Note to journalists: Journalists visiting campus should follow visitor health guidelines
You will want to read these good stories that you may have missed.
Thirty-one members of Purdue Polytechnic High School’s first graduating class will enter their senior year already prepared to further their education at the university level after arriving at Purdue on Sunday (July 12) for a monthlong experience.
Media Contact: Brian Huchel, email@example.com
More than 1,400 students will hear their names called during Purdue’s summer on-demand commencement, which will be posted online for graduates and their families to access starting Aug. 3.
Media Contact: Matthew Oates, firstname.lastname@example.org
Roshanak “Roshi” Nateghi, a Purdue professor of industrial engineering, and her students are developing predictive models to estimate the impact climate change could have on electricity and water use.
Media Contact: Kayla Wiles, email@example.com
A Purdue innovator has designed a child-resistant pill organizer that is easy to open for older patients with dexterity issues – designed so that only adult-length fingers are long enough to unlock the container and open the pill box.
Media Contact: Chris Adam, firstname.lastname@example.org
Purdue Global is offering a new Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration dual-degree option, designed to allow students to qualify for executive-level leadership positions in health care and beyond.
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Journalists visiting campus: Journalists should follow Protect Purdue protocols and the following guidelines:
- Campus is open, but the number of people in spaces may be limited. We will be as accommodating as possible, but you may be asked to step out or report from another location.
- To enable access, particularly to campus buildings, we recommend you contact the Purdue News Service media contact listed on the release to let them know the nature of the visit and where you will be visiting. A News Service representative can facilitate safe access and may escort you on campus.
- Wear face masks inside any campus building. Wear face masks outdoors when social distancing of at least six feet is not possible.