Spring 2017 E-Newsletter
Campus Campaign to launch April 26 with Purdue Day of Giving
April is a big month to be "Ever True."
Purdue Pugwash conference brings in former astronaut David Wolf
Pugwash conferences look at science in society. The theme for the April 7 and 8 event focuses on space -- "Governing the Galaxy."
College of Science Dean search down to five final candidates
Who will be the next Frederick L. Hovde Dean of the College of Science? One of these able researchers.
Chemistry graduate student selected for prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting
Heather Osswald's work in Prof. Arun Ghosh's lab strives to eradicate HIV/AIDS and other diseases.
Statistics junior receives opportunity for esteemed scholarship
Mikaela Meyer's tremendous research experience and passion for public policy made here a candidate for a Truman Scholarship, only one of three Purdue students up for the award.
Mathematics professor wins prestigious Sloan fellowship
Chi Li is the only Purdue researcher to receive the 2017 honor.
Math help room multiplies
Recent renovations allow for a bigger, better process for helping undergrads in trigonometry, algebra and calculus.
Hundreds of hackers embark on great BoilerMake expedition
BoilerMake IV was a blast with dozens of new programs, websites and technology created from scratch in just 36 hours.
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