Winter 2014 E-Newsletter

Dr. Will Carpenter reflects on a life of science in academia, industry and world politics
Bio alumnus was a vital part of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, which won the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize.

Extreme cold damages parts of Lilly Hall
Popular ground level classroom gets flooded, forcing 20 classes to relocate but repairs should be complete by the end of February.

Purdue Pugwash Conference tackles social issues, ethics in science
For the last several years, College of Science students have helped organize the conference, which is set for April 4 and 5 at Stewart Center.

Alumna hung out with Amelia Earhart, studied under Julia Child
Fritzi Klopfenstein passed away on Dec. 16, but not before living a full, successful 98 years combining her passions for science and the arts.

2014 starts with brutal cold, a foot of snow in West Lafayette
Purdue meteorology students in the department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences give their take on the extreme winter weather from Jan. 5 to 7.

New grads brave cold, look to warm future careers
The College of Science graduated 167 students during the December commencement ceremony.

Purdue Hackers are innovators, not 'crackers'
Purdue Hackers is a hot new club that boasts impressive Computer Science students who create new apps, programs and code on the fly.

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