August 6, 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.
The Purdue Student Farm has started selling to the public, and customers can pick up a box of seasonal vegetables grown at the farm for $25 once a week beginning Aug. 7.
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Meg Sorg, a clinical assistant professor and a board-certified pediatric nurse practitioner in Purdue’s College of Health and Human Sciences, says now is the time for kids to practice wearing a mask, especially if their school district has delayed the start of the school year.
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Doug Brubaker, a Purdue assistant professor of biomedical engineering, uses computational and experimental approaches to study host-microbiome interactions in cancers and inflammatory diseases.
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Purdue is offering a new affordable master’s degree in civil engineering through edX, with support from Kaplan Higher Education, allowing working professionals ready access to Purdue’s highly ranked civil engineering master’s program entirely online.
Media Contact: Greg Kline, firstname.lastname@example.org
Purdue innovators are working on inventions to use micro-chip technology in implantable devices and other wearable products such as smart watches to improve biomedical devices, including those used to monitor people with glaucoma and heart disease.
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Journalists visiting campus: Journalists should follow Protect Purdue protocols and the following guidelines:
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- 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.