Global Engineering Alliance for Research and Education (GEARE) will host an information booth where students can learn about GEARE opportunities and benefits. GEARE will also have free snacks at the information booth.
Purdue Student Engineering Foundation will be offering a free pancake breakfast. The breakfast will have free pancakes with many toppings. At the breakfast, PSEF will be accepting donations for Purdue's Relay for Life.
On Saturday, April 2, 2016, Purdue School of Chemical Engineering will host the 8th Women in Chemical Engineering Seminar from 10:30 am - 2:30 pm, an event sponsored by Shell. The Seminar will bring together undergraduate students, graduate students, ChE staff and Purdue ChE alumnae for a special day of networking, sharing and discoveries.
The I2D Lab Exposition is a celebration of the accomplishments Purdue engineering students and faculty have made in tackling international development challenges and how they are inspiring greater achievements in this field.
Nathan Mosier, a professor from the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Purdue University, will headline next week's Science on Tap with a discussion on innovative technologies and how they are being used to extract energy from places as unlikely as your garbage bin or a pile of leaves.