COVID-19 (Coronavirus) information for Purdue ChE students, staff, and faculty
Here is the latest information about the COVID-19 situation, specifically as it relates to Davidson School of Chemical Engineering students, staff, and faculty. Last updated January 26, 2021.
Protect Purdue Plan
Protect Myself. Protect Others. Protect Purdue. https://protect.purdue.edu/
Latest Protect Purdue updates (as of September 24, 2020): https://protect.purdue.edu/updates/
Purdue COVID-19 Dashboard: https://protect.purdue.edu/dashboard/
Purdue University's comprehensive COVID-19 (coronavirus) response page
Spring 2021 Welcome Back Message from President Mitch Daniels
West Lafayette Campus reopening status timeline
Things you need to know about COVID-19
How do I teach remotely?
ChE Undergraduate Office
ChE Graduate Office
- Robin Waling, Graduate Office Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
- Corwin Green, Professional M.S. Program Administrator email@example.com
- Bev Johnson, Graduate Program Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
An update on Summer 2020 from Provost Jay Akridge
Message from Dr. Katie Sermersheim, Associate Vice Provost & Dean of Students
Commencement announcement from President Daniels
Faculty, staff and students making a VPN connection should use the new higher-capacity webvpn2.purdue.edu
Informational message for students in University Residences
Student Preparations Checklist/References for remote learning
Purdue College of Engineering Updates and Resources
Purdue College of Engineering COVID-19 Resources (Updated March 23, 2020):
All instructional labs will be closed to students, including the Bechtel Innovation Design Center.
All ECN computer labs will be closed to students. ECN is working on making the ECN computers in those labs available to you via Remote Desktop. Instructions will be forthcoming.
All libraries are closed to students, with the exception of Hicks undergraduate Library. Hicks will remain open to Purdue students Monday through Friday from 8 am to 6 pm to provide access to workstations and WiFi for a limited number of students ONLY. This is subject to change at any time. No in-person library services will be provided and social distancing protocol will be strictly enforced.
Advisors will be available, but not for in-person appointments. They will be accessible via digital platforms (email, phone, some videoconferencing). More information on this to come soon.
Events/Restaurants/Things to Do:
Campus events have been cancelled, including EWeek, SpringFest, and GrandPrix. The CoRec is closed. All Indiana restaurants, coffee shops and bars are closed to in-person seating. Some may have delivery/carryout options. The Tippecanoe Mall and all local movie theaters are closed.