March 4, 2021
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.
Ali Bramson, a planetary scientist in the College of Science, is among the Purdue scientists examining factors involving future habitats on Mars.
Purdue Polytechnic High School North founding principal works to inspire students, give back to community
Purdue Polytechnic High School North principal Keeanna Warren doesn’t see herself as a traditional principal, but rather as an education change agent.
Indiana Rep. Randy Frye championed a partnership between Purdue University Global and the Indiana Volunteer Firefighters Association that will afford all members of the association the opportunity to pursue bachelor’s degree offerings that will help advance their careers.
At the Purdue University Center for Cancer Research, the persistent pursuit of healthier communities means bringing together researchers from more than 25 different departments to study cancers where they begin – the cellular level.
Data science in action: Purdue and Cummins Inc. pilot a game-changing digital workforce development program
Purdue students offer creative approaches to data-intensive industry projects through the Indiana Digital Crossroads program.
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