July 21, 2020
Today's Top 5 From Purdue University
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You will want to read these good stories that you may have missed.
Indianapolis Eastside building transitions from industry to education as new Purdue Polytechnic High School home
The first class of Purdue Polytechnic High School students now has a home to graduate from in May with the opening of a permanent site for the STEM-focused charter school.
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Thirty-four Purdue students are serving as mentors during the five weeks of programs and classes for Summer Start, Early Start and visiting Purdue Polytechnic High School students.
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Purdue announced Friday (July 17) an innovative partnership with Rutgers University and Vault Health to test students for COVID-19 via a reliable and convenient, medically supervised saliva screening that can be done in their homes.
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Purdue’s Cyber Apprenticeship Program (P-CAP) has launched at Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division (NSWC Crane) to advance cybersecurity capabilities.
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A Purdue-affiliated entrepreneur is taking the lessons he learned from working on crime scenes to try and ensure the safety of medications before they reach the pharmacy.
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