Purdue University students completing a mechanical engineering senior design course will demonstrate 49 inventions, from a Martian solar-panel-cleaning system to a prosthetic foot and a remotely piloted vessel to save drowning swimmers.
Recent graduates and job seekers can receive advice and tools from career experts through a free workshop on April 30, at the West Lafayette Purdue Research Park.
The Purdue Contemporary Dance Company will present its Spring Works dance concert April 29-30. Seven works will be presented, six choreographed by faculty and one by a student.
Purdue University’s Beginning Farmer and Rancher program is offering a daylong informational program for active military members and veterans who are new to farming or considering a career in agriculture.
Purdue Band and Orchestras will close the 2015-2016 season hosting 'Jazz on the Hill,' at 2:30 p.m. May 1 at Slayter Hill. The performance is free and open to the public.
Purdue University Libraries will host 'Auto Indiana,' an Indiana Historical Society exhibit that takes visitors through Indiana's automotive past.
Viticulturists and wine enthusiasts will have the opportunity to learn about winemaking at the Purdue Wine Grape Team's spring workshop.
More than 4,200 of Purdue’s newest graduates will walk the Elliott Hall of Music stage, as university President Mitch Daniels presides over six commencement ceremonies May 13-15.
Animal welfare scientists and other members of the scientific community will have an opportunity to hear from experts and industry professionals during the second annual Center for Animal Welfare Science symposium at Purdue University.
Owners of forest or other properties where there is wildlife can take part in a series of informational sessions on the topic sponsored by Purdue Extension March 31 through May 19.