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From the Dean
From the Dean

Taking back the hack
Purdue programmers focus on the positives

Purdue initiative will expand computer science program by 27 percent
The Department of Computer Science is one of the leaders in the Purdue Moves campaign.

New center helps boost drug-discovery research
With a new building opening this month, Drug Discovery is significant part of Purdue Moves campaign.

Transformative education
Purdue and IU build on a healthy relationship training doctors

Actuarial Science program builds momentum
One of the hottest jobs in America is one of the hottest programs in the College of Science.

Endowed for perpetuity
Jandos Scholarship lives far beyond its benefactors.

Relative numbers
Brothers Edwin and Luis Baeza are bonded not only by blood, but also by numbers.

David Miller: A half-century and beyond
This academic year, David Miller celebrated 50 years as a faculty member in the Purdue University Department of Physics.

Language of learning
Numbers span all languages, and in the Department of Statistics, plans are to teach two sections of Elementary Statistical Methods bilingually — in English and Spanish — to prove that fact.

Spring 2014 Breakthroughs
The latest research news from the College of Science

Getting to the meat of it
This Old Farm raises more than health consciousness.

Class Notes
Spring 2014 Class Notes

Last Word: Collaboration Is Key
Math Education alumna Gail Larson talks about the importance of collaboration in the field.