Events

November 2, 2016

Conference this week at Purdue related to homeland security

VACCINE, a U.S. Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence at Purdue University, will hold a free conference this week featuring national experts in in areas including digital forensics, visualization and data-driven policy analysis, new product transition to commercialization, criminal investigations and emerging sources of information.
September 28, 2016

Ecological Sciences and Engineering Symposium

The widening gap in key U.S. issues on the environment, society and technology will take center stage next week at Purdue's Ecological Sciences and Engineering Symposium 2016, a student-run event next week at Purdue University's Discovery Park.
September 28, 2016

Riley Dunlap speaks as part of the Ecological Sciences and Engineering Symposium

Riley Dunlap, Regents Professor of Sociology and Laurence L. and Georgia Ina Dresser Professor at Oklahoma State University, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 28 in Discovery Park's Burton Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship, Room 121. His talk is in conjunction with the two-day symposium on Sept. 28-29, titled "Polarization: A Forum on Extreme and Radical Thought in our Environment, Society, and Technology."
September 22, 2016

Science on Tap talk to feature the development of sustainable electronics

Purdue University materials engineering professor Carol Handwerker will lead the next session of Purdue Science on Tap this week with a focus on the failure and opportunity of sustainability in global electronics. The talk is at 6 p.m. at the Lafayette Brewing Company, 622 Main St., Lafayette, IN. It's a free event, open to everyone 21 or older.
August 4, 2016

2016 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) annual research symposium

The 2016 SURF program culminates with a Research Symposium, where participants will present their summer research either at an oral session or a poster session. This event provides a great opportunity for the Purdue community to learn more about the interesting and innovative research being conducted by undergraduates in various labs across campus.
July 9, 2016

WIEP program for girls in grades 7-9, "Engineering FYI: For Your Imagination"

Geared toward girls interested in engineering and science, the program runs from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 9. It will offer hands-on activities where students' imagination, teamwork and leadership can be applied. Students will be chaperoned and connected with a College of Engineering student who will serve as a mentor. Lunch will be provided to participating students. Online registration is required and spaces are limited.
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