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Ovarian cancer patient Carol Giandonato admits to being apprehensive when her oncologist told her he wanted to make her cancer cells turn fluorescent green.
Purdue launches major cluster hire effort to add 40 full-time faculty as part of $75 million diversity initiative
Purdue University is launching one of the largest faculty hiring initiatives in its history as a key part of a $75 million Equity Task Force effort to diversify the racial makeup of its faculty ranks. Over the next five years, 40 full-time faculty will be added through several academic clusters as part of this initiative.
To celebrate First-Generation College Student Day on Monday (Nov. 8), Purdue University Global will launch a scholarship program for its first-generation students.
Purdue University Global fire science programs reaccredited by IFSAC; master's degree in homeland security and emergency management receives initial accreditation
The Purdue University Global fire science programs have been reaccredited by the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC). Those programs are:
Purdue University Global to offer educational opportunities to Wellness Council of Arizona with tuition reduction
Purdue University Global continues to join forces with health care organizations to offer robust educational opportunities with tuition reduction. The latest such partnership is with the Wellness Council of Arizona.
Purdue University Global partners with Google to enhance educational and employment opportunities through the Google IT Support Certificate
Purdue University Global is partnering with Google in a shared educational initiative designed to enhance meaningful employment opportunities for adult learners through the Google Career Certificate program.
Purdue University has been named one of Fast Company’s “Brands That Matter,” a list honoring companies and organizations that give people compelling reasons to care about them, offer inspiration for others to buy in, and authentically communicate their mission and ideals, according to Fast Company editors, who judged each brand on relevancy, cultural impact, ingenuity and business impact.