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July 30, 2015

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Faculty and Staff News

Revamped Purdue Data Digest provides more visual and interactive user experience

Purdue's Data Digest, which provides official information about all the University's campuses, now offers a highly interactive and visual set of information related to students, faculty, staff, instructional activity, and more.

Other Stories

Purdue's online directory gets a new, mobile-friendly look

United Way letters to retirees, Vanguards to be mailed

University Residences seeking 'faculty fellows' to connect with students

Lunchtime workshop to focus on nutrition for children

USA Swimming meet to alter pool hours today to Sunday

In the Spotlight

stuttering research

Summer installment of 'Boiler Bytes' offers inside look at Purdue

The summer installment in the video news series "Boiler Bytes" provides fresh glimpses into student life, Purdue research and athletics. The videos include a look at the Purdue Stuttering Project, which is focused on developing a speech therapy screening tool to better identify which preschool children are not likely to recover and should receive therapy immediately.

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Additional News


Twin discoveries, 'eerie' effect may lead to manufacturing advances

Study: Raising wages to $15 an hour for limited-service restaurant employees would raise prices 4.3 percent

Researchers in various studies looking for participants


Alumnus, entrepreneur to keynote Purdue summer commencement

Purdue partners with India's Dr. Reddy's Laboratories

Wang Hall receives gold for going 'green'

Purdue NExT, Wabash National collaborate on online corporate training

U.S.-China conference, short course to focus on Critical Zone science, soil carbon

Purdue's Emerging Innovations Fund sets Aug. 21 application deadline

Tymora Analytical Operations receives $900,000 grant from NIH


Managing director named for institute that provides latest in family research to policy leaders


Volleyball set for four TV appearances

Diving pair Boudia and Johnson miss medal at Worlds by 5 points

Purdue in the News

Here is a sampling of recent news reports about Purdue from media across the nation and the world.

Forbes lists Lafayette area No. 2 among small cities

In its annual list of "Best Small Places for Business and Careers," the magazine raised this area seven spots "thanks to a much improved employment and economic outlook." The summary cites Subaru's current expansion and calls Purdue "a significant driver regarding the area's economy, human capital and cultural scene," naming Purdue Research Park and Discovery Park as factors.

Other Stories

• CBS News, Wall Street Journal MarketWatch, Indianapolis Star: With $15 hourly wages, what happens to fast-food prices?

• The Economic Times, The Smart Investor, Inside INdiana Business: Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited signs MoU with Purdue varsity for drug research

• Washington Post, Time, Popular Mechanics: Scientists have discovered a new taste that could make food more delicious

• Lafayette Journal & Courier: 'Smart capsule' could be future of drug delivery


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Undergraduate research program plans symposium

No joke: Science on Tap talk to feature discussion on
humor-detecting computers

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