Winter 2017 E-Newsletter
Computer Science sophomore programs dinner with Hydro Grow
Jimmy Carlson and his team took home $5,000 at the December Schurz Innovation Challenge for their work on the in-home hydroponics food growing device.
College of Science sells out 'Hidden Figures' screening
The film portraying African American women whose math, computing and engineering skills were essential in the 1960s Space Race was a hit with Purdue Science students, staff and faculty members.
Purdue Chemistry, Tanamachi honored with Haas awards
Chemistry was honored for the second highest number of female faculty in the nation.
Purdue Science Research Awards 2017 announced
Professors Darryl Granger (Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences), Yulia Pushkar (Physics and Astronomy) and Plamen Stefanov (Mathematics) earn the awards for stellar research and publications.
Purdue Science dean search moves closer
Initial contacts to potential candidates have been made.
Purdue Science graduates near 150 in Winter Commencement
Many of the new alumni attended a reception right after the commencement.
More Purdue Science students embark on study abroad opportunities
Studying abroad helps make students well-rounded citizens, gaining cultural, research and life experience.
Junior high students compete in Purdue Math Field Day
Dozens of Tecumseh Junior High School students learned on their feet in an active environment in the Purdue Armory.
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