Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue adds three new Senior Fellows

WASHINGTON – The Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue announced three new Senior Fellows, adding expertise in materials and chemical engineering, global food safety, and…

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IU Bloomington students moved in this weekend, classes start on August 22

BLOOMINGTON – Indiana University Bloomington students began moving into residence halls for the 2022-23 school year, with more than 7,500 students arriving between Sunday, August…

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Race for Lawrence County school board seats heating up

BEDFORD – The race for school board trustees is heating up as more people file to fill school board seats. Positions that will be available…

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Indiana University, Purdue University announce a new vision for the Indianapolis campus

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana University and Purdue University took the first steps Friday (Aug. 12) on a bold new vision for higher education in Indianapolis, designed…

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More than 1,200 Purdue Global graduates take part in commencement ceremonies in Washington, D.C.

WEST LAFAYETTE — Jacque Yates has long had a passion for public service. Her journey sparked an interest in pursuing a graduate degree, and she…

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Students will return to the Bloomington IU campus on Monday, August 22 – Officials address Covid concerns

BLOOMINGTON – As thousands of students return to the Bloomington Indiana University campus to begin classes on Monday, August 22 for the fall semester classes….

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State, Education Nonprofit building on early education success

INDIANA — Schools are now opening across Indiana, but they are still in need of more teachers and bus drivers, and COVID-19 remains a concern….

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Nearly one in five Hoosier third graders are not yet reading proficiently – 20,000+ second graders take reading exam for the first time

INDIANA – The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) today released results from the 2021-2022 Indiana Reading Evaluation and Determination (IREAD-3) assessment, which show that nearly one in five Hoosier students…

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Eight Purdue researchers receive $470,000 to strengthen the marketplace appeal of their work

WEST LAFAYETTE – Creating groundbreaking inventions to improve lives requires more than an idea: It needs research and development, which involves funding. Two Purdue University…

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Fourth of July spreads didn’t shrink, but consumers are hitting their limits with higher food prices

WEST LAFAYETTE — For most Americans, higher prices at the grocery store did not impact their Fourth of July cookout, but more consumers are looking…

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