November 17, 2022

Today’s top 5 from Purdue University

You will want to read these good stories that you may have missed.

The AP Video Hub (for AP members) and Purdue News YouTube channel (for all reporters) provide comments from Purdue experts on timely topics.

 

Purdue will celebrate President Daniels’ momentous decade during ‘MitchFest’ series of events in December

Purdue will hail President Mitch Daniels and the unprecedented impact of the Daniels Decade through a series of celebratory and stimulating public events during the first week of December.

Media contact: Tim Doty, doty2@purdue.edu

 

‘What Can You Imagine?’: An inspiring new video from Purdue

At Purdue, we believe the only barriers to what you can achieve should be the limits of your imagination. Purdue’s new institutional video, “What Can You Imagine?,” showcases that at Purdue, a world-class education is accessible at every stage of life. It highlights Purdue’s accessible prestige through Purdue Polytechnic High Schools, Purdue West Lafayette and Purdue Global and how the university is united in the persistent pursuit of the next giant leap.

Media contact: Trevor Peters, peter237@purdue.edu

 

Hasler takes key role in Purdue’s Indianapolis campus launch effort

Daniel J. Hasler, former Indiana commerce secretary and Eli Lilly & Company executive who also held several high-level roles for Purdue University and Purdue Research Foundation, will return to the university to assist the launch of Purdue University in Indianapolis.

Media contact: Phillip Fiorini, pfiorini@purdue.edu

 

Purdue Global alumna advances in career and creative pursuits

Lisa Holman learned how to balance her career at a credit union and her lifelong passion for music, all while graduating with honors from Purdue Global.

Media contact: Matthew Oates, oatesw@purdue.edu

 

Microelectronics engineer helps ‘get the lead out’ of solder

Carol Handwerker, the Reinhardt Schuhmann Jr. Professor of Materials Engineering at Purdue, is leading research to determine when lead-free solders might be more reliable for defense systems than tin-lead solder.

Media contact: Brian Huchel, bhuchel@purdue.edu

 

MORE: Recent AP video stories

How NASA’s Artemis launch will inspire the next generation

Inside recent surge in RSV cases

Inside high Thanksgiving turkey prices

 

About Purdue University

Purdue University is a top public research institution developing practical solutions to today’s toughest challenges. Ranked in each of the last five years as one of the 10 Most Innovative universities in the United States by U.S. News & World Report, Purdue delivers world-changing research and out-of-this-world discovery. Committed to hands-on and online, real-world learning, Purdue offers a transformative education to all. Committed to affordability and accessibility, Purdue has frozen tuition and most fees at 2012-13 levels, enabling more students than ever to graduate debt-free. See how Purdue never stops in the persistent pursuit of the next giant leap at https://stories.purdue.edu.

Purdue University, 610 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN 47907, (765) 494-4600

© 2015-22 Purdue University | An equal access/equal opportunity university | Copyright Complaints | Maintained by Office of Strategic Communications

Trouble with this page? Disability-related accessibility issue? Please contact News Service at purduenews@purdue.edu.