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Purdue’s inaugural Lilly Scholars train to become pharmaceutical manufacturing workforce leaders of the future
Purdue University’s Lilly Scholars are hitting the ground running in their training to become the next generation of pharmaceutical manufacturing leaders. Thanks to a $42.5 million collaboration between Purdue and Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY), students earned pharmaceutical manufacturing scholarships and unique learning opportunities with one of the world’s most innovative pharmaceutical companies.
A new Purdue Online Learning 2.0 Military Advisory Board will help identify avenues to advance Purdue’s overarching objective of educating and supporting more military-affiliated students, especially through the unmatched continuum of online educational programs Purdue offers.
Purdue University is focused beyond semiconductor research, working also to establish the next generation of the workforce highlighted in this roundup needed to push the industry into the next decade. It’s estimated the U.S. will require at least 50,000 semiconductor engineers to meet the continuously growing demands.
It was the experience of a lifetime for members of a Purdue University delegation as they cruised the Pacific Ocean on the USS Nimitz with almost 5,000 sailors.
Stuart Collins is always looking for good conversation topics during his American government and civics courses at Purdue Global.
CBF Forensics, a northwest Indiana forensic and education startup, has launched two new products: virtual reality (VR) programming for forensic crime scene training and a system to quantify the amount of THC in manufactured CBD and hemp products.
The U.S. armed forces is known for its frontline soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, Coast Guardsmen and Guardians. Behind the scenes, medical personnel are critical to keep those service members healthy, and upskilling personnel for positions such as physician assistants in medical units is essential.