Purdue University students solve the mystery behind a piece of weird college folklore: the infamous clapping circle that has intrigued the campus community for years. Purdue University’s chapter of the Acoustical Society of America went to work to explain the sound phenomenon.
Learn more about the study by clicking here: https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/stori…
Commitment to service prompts restaurant exec to choose Purdue Global
Leanna Chroman learned early on about the joy and fulfillment that come from caring about others’ well-being.
Purdue Global student driven by desire to help restaurant colleagues
Leanna Chroman chose to pursue an online college education through Purdue Global for herself and for her company, but it was about much more than that. From her earliest days as a server at Huse Culinary’s first Harry & Izzy’s …
Podcast Ep. 74: President Mung Chiang on Becoming Purdue’s 13th President, Boilermaker Persistence and Family
In this special episode of “This Is Purdue,” we’re talking to the 13th president of Purdue University, Mung Chiang. Listen in as President Chiang discusses the day he learned he would become president of what he calls “the most consequential …
Purdue Space Program Liquids Team: This is Persistence at Purdue University
Whether in a brainstorming session on campus or launching a rocket in a remote corner of the Mojave Desert, Boilermakers never stop in their pursuit to become the best. Again and again and again, the Purdue Space Program Liquids team …
Podcast Ep. 73: Greatest Hits of 2022: Celebrating Boilermaker Education and Innovation
In this episode of “This Is Purdue,” we’re celebrating even more popular episodes from 2022. Part 2 of our “Greatest Hits of 2022” episode focuses on the academic side of Purdue University. Listen as these Boilermakers — from an IndyCar, …
Purdue remains nimble and driven toward the future
Evolving alongside society is necessary for any land-grant institution that wishes to deliver upon its promise.
Imaging agent illuminates lung cancer tumors
Removing cancerous tumors relies on a range of tools. Cytalux makes surgery to remove lung cancer tumors more exact.
Helping nurses benefit their patients – and themselves
Melissa Burdi’s wealth of experience gives her a unique perspective on the possibilities available to Purdue Global nursing students.
Why Purdue is unique among land-grant institutions
Purdue distinguishes itself through its focus on collaborative, multidisciplinary research that is increasingly important to solving society’s most pressing issues.