Fall 2015 E-Newsletter

New Physics and Astronomy department head already a driving force
10/27/2015
Prof. John P. Finley looks to attract more graduate students, improve infrastructure of Physics Building and much more

Purdue launches $2.019 billion 'Ever True' campaign
10/22/2015
College of Science will benefit from campaign in research efforts, professorships, program expansion and much more.

BoilerMake 2015 draws record number of hackers
10/21/2015
Programmers from 13 different universities created new hardware, software, apps and websites in 36 hours for thousands of dollars in cash and prizes.

Dawn or Doom 2 conference draws thousands
10/21/2015
The emerging technology event included EAPS Prof. Briony Horgan and CS Prof. Eugene Stafford discussing their respective fields of Mars exploration and cyber security.

15 inducted into the College of Science Outstanding Alumni roster
10/21/2015
The men and women from around the nation as well as India and Taiwan exemplify what can be done with a degree from the College of Science

Yelp software engineer inspires CS undergrads at Anvil event
10/21/2015
Michael Stoppelman, a 2015 College of Science Outstanding Alumnus, has had tremendous success at the business/service review website.

Purdue Chemistry Show 2015 gets classic with flames, carbon dioxide and potatoes
10/21/2015
The event concentrated on classic experiments that still provided plenty of flash and wow for the young audience in Wetherill 200.

Computer Science hosts international art exhibit where art and science intersect
10/21/2015
The show will hang for two years on Lawson Computer Science Building's third floor.

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