Summer 2016 E-Newsletter

EAPS graduate student examines Martian and Earth volcanoes
Sheridan Ackiss made NASA headlines with her work on under ice Martian volcanoes. Her summer work with Ecuadorian volcanoes adds to her research.

Purdue Mathematics helps host graduate diversity organization
Prof. Edray Goins was co-leader for the Enhancing Diversity Through Graduate Education program this summer.

Prof. Rachael Kenney named Teaching Academy Fellow
Kenney joins illustrious company for this mathematics education honor.

ScienceScape 2016 thrills girls 'By the Numbers'
Hosted by the College of Science's Women In Science Programs, 34 girls from the Midwest spent five days learning about science in fun and interactive ways.

Chemistry alumna gives back through success, art
Elaine Heron donated artwork and announced a $2 million realized professorship for her former department.

Science alumni and Navy veterans reunite after 40 years
Alumni share stories of their service and unique times at Purdue, including one of the first women in the entire Navy Enlisted Science Program, Edelene “Eddy” White.

Purdue physics professor leads research efforts at CERN
Andreas Jung is a newer member of the Department of Physics and Astronomy but he has had years of experience trying to find new particles of mass at CERN.

PhD student grabs international headlines for her work on the Zika structure
Devika Sirohi was featured in many media outlets in her home country of India as well as the United States.

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