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Serving the Needs of Students during Winter Break: Key Areas at Purdue Fort Wayne to Remain Open

December 05, 2019
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FORT WAYNE, Ind.—While the pace on most college campuses slows down significantly during the holiday season, several service areas at Purdue University Fort Wayne will remain open to students and families who are looking to make progress on their college checklist over the winter break.

2019 News

Dozens of World-Renowned Indigenous Language Experts to Speak at International Year of Indigenous Languages Conference at Purdue University Fort Wayne

Dozens of World-Renowned Indigenous Language Experts to Speak at International Year of Indigenous Languages Conference at Purdue University Fort Wayne

October 28, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference begins this week at Purdue University Fort Wayne and will feature more than three dozen distinguished speakers from around the globe during keynotes, presentations, and panel discussions.
Materials Science Program Underway at Purdue University Fort Wayne

Materials Science Program Underway at Purdue University Fort Wayne

October 28, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The Materials Science Program in the Department of Physics at Purdue University Fort Wayne is about halfway through its first semester, and indications are it will be growing in the future.
Cycling Studio Is Latest Success Story from Small Business Development Center

Cycling Studio Is Latest Success Story from Small Business Development Center

October 24, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The Northeast Indiana Small Business Development Center, which is hosted by Purdue University Fort Wayne, has been busy helping small businesses all around our community this year. Eric Purnell and Laura Niezer are just two of the many residents who are devoted to the city, and that’s why they wanted to bring something new to the Fort.
Author Who Had a Window on the World of US Foreign Policy Brings His Stories to Purdue University Fort Wayne

Author Who Had a Window on the World of US Foreign Policy Brings His Stories to Purdue University Fort Wayne

October 23, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Glen Johnson was a journalist for nearly 30 years, including working for the Associated Press’ Washington, DC, bureau and as a Washington correspondent for the Boston Globe. Then one day in 2013, Secretary of State John Kerry called and asked him to serve on his communications team.
The Story behind the Logo Created for the International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference at Purdue University Fort Wayne

The Story behind the Logo Created for the International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference at Purdue University Fort Wayne

October 22, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—A chance meeting at a conference in Arizona this past April turned into an unexpected opportunity for a graphic designer from Montana.
Purdue University Fort Wayne Professor’s Research in Peru Unearths Macabre Results

Purdue University Fort Wayne Professor’s Research in Peru Unearths Macabre Results

October 21, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—On a bluff in the sleepy fishing community of Huanchaco, Peru, is a natural terrace, just a few hundred yards from the ocean. It seems like a dubious site for a mass killing to take place, but that’s exactly what happened over and over again.
Purdue University Fort Wayne Engineering Programs Now Ranked among the Top 20 Percent in the Country

Purdue University Fort Wayne Engineering Programs Now Ranked among the Top 20 Percent in the Country

October 18, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering undergraduate programs at Purdue University Fort Wayne are now rated number 38 in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings of college programs at schools where no Ph.Ds are offered.
Purdue University Fort Wayne’s Distinguished Lecturer Will Demonstrate How to Make the ‘Perfect’ Poppy-Seed Bagel

Purdue University Fort Wayne’s Distinguished Lecturer Will Demonstrate How to Make the ‘Perfect’ Poppy-Seed Bagel

October 17, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Each fall semester, the College of Arts and Sciences at Purdue University Fort Wayne brings a world-class scholar from outside the university to showcase his or her expertise as part of the College’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
Purdue University Fort Wayne to Host International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference

Purdue University Fort Wayne to Host International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference

October 17, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference will take place on the campus of Purdue Fort Wayne from Wednesday, October 30, through Saturday, November 2. In addition, the Smithsonian Institution’s Mother Tongue Film Festival comes to the Embassy Theatre on Friday, November 1.
Purdue University Fort Wayne’s Data Science Team Finishes Strong at DataPalooza Competition

Purdue University Fort Wayne’s Data Science Team Finishes Strong at DataPalooza Competition

October 10, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—What do healthy babies and their moms and a team of Purdue University Fort Wayne data science students have in common? More than one might think.

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