January 19, 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.
On Wednesday (Jan. 20), Purdue will host “Inauguration Day 2021: Lessons of the Past, Informing Our Future,” a series of events celebrating the day’s historical, political and cultural significance.
Media Contact: Tim Doty, firstname.lastname@example.org
A partnership between Purdue Global and Gallup aims to create a more diverse talent pipeline for corporate America.
Media Contact: Tom Schott, email@example.com
Since 1949, Purdue agriculture alumni have gathered for an annual meeting and fish fry, and this year, as the nation continues to address challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual event has Gone Fishin’ with a series of virtual events.
Media Contact: Maureen Manier, firstname.lastname@example.org
A new study says that despite a record drop in global carbon emissions in 2020, a pandemic-driven shift to remote work and more at-home entertainment still presents significant environmental impact due to how internet data is stored and transferred around the world.
Media Contact: Kayla Wiles, email@example.com
Purdue researchers have found that wild-type tomatoes that associate more strongly with a positive soil fungus grow larger, resist disease onset and fight disease much better than modern plants.
Media Contact: Brian Wallheimer, firstname.lastname@example.org
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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.
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- Correctly wear face masks inside any campus building, and correctly wear face masks outdoors when social distancing of at least six feet is not possible.