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Purdue Fort Wayne announces 2021–22 lineup for Omnibus Speaker Series

September 20, 2021
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FORT WAYNE, Ind.—An expert on international security affairs, a best-selling author originally from Fort Wayne, a social activist battling online bullying, and the former chairman of the GOP who now analyzes politics on TV headline the 26th season of the Purdue University Fort Wayne Omnibus Speaker Series, which returns following an 18-month hiatus due to COVID-19.

2021 News

Purdue Fort Wayne streamlines on-campus box office operations for ticketed events

Purdue Fort Wayne streamlines on-campus box office operations for ticketed events

September 23, 2021 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The two primary on-campus box offices at Purdue University Fort Wayne are updating and simplifying ticket-buying procedures for patrons who prefer to get theirs in person and in advance of the day of the event.
Community invited to attend Military Appreciation Day events today at Purdue Fort Wayne

Community invited to attend Military Appreciation Day events today at Purdue Fort Wayne

September 16, 2021 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Anyone in the area is invited to the Purdue University Fort Wayne campus to observe the celebration of Military Appreciation Day.
New criminal justice degree at Purdue Fort Wayne sets stage for inaugural symposium

New criminal justice degree at Purdue Fort Wayne sets stage for inaugural symposium

September 15, 2021 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—In recognition of its newly offered bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, Purdue University Fort Wayne’s Department of Criminal Justice and Public Administration is hosting its first symposium on the subject.
Bethany Clapper named a director of development at Purdue Fort Wayne

Bethany Clapper named a director of development at Purdue Fort Wayne

September 13, 2021 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Bethany Clapper has joined the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at Purdue University Fort Wayne in the position of director of development for the College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science and the Doermer School of Business.
Purdue Fort Wayne extends temporary face mask protocol through Sept. 30

Purdue Fort Wayne extends temporary face mask protocol through Sept. 30

September 02, 2021 As Purdue Fort Wayne continues to monitor COVID-19 numbers across the area and nationwide, the university has decided to extend its temporary requirement to wear face masks indoors while on campus through Sept. 30. This protocol applies to students, staff, faculty, and all visitors—regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.
Purdue Fort Wayne extends temporary requirement to wear face masks in all campus buildings

Purdue Fort Wayne extends temporary requirement to wear face masks in all campus buildings

August 19, 2021 With no discernable improvement in COVID-19 numbers across the area and nationwide over the past two weeks, Purdue Fort Wayne has decided to extend its temporary requirement for all students, staff, faculty, and visitors—regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status—to wear face masks indoors while on campus.
Purdue Fort Wayne and Parkview Health Postpone Tapestry 2021

Purdue Fort Wayne and Parkview Health Postpone Tapestry 2021

August 11, 2021 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Citing uncertainties stemming from a resurgence of COVID-19 and its Delta variant, and working from an abundance of caution for all involved, founding partners Purdue University Fort Wayne and Parkview Health have postponed Tapestry 2021 until next spring.
Purdue Fort Wayne Temporarily Requiring Face Masks in All Campus Buildings

Purdue Fort Wayne Temporarily Requiring Face Masks in All Campus Buildings

August 05, 2021 Effective Monday, August 9, Purdue Fort Wayne will be requiring all students, staff, faculty, and visitors—regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status—to wear face masks indoors while on campus.
Purdue Fort Wayne hopes to hit high notes with new Gold Top Music Group

Purdue Fort Wayne hopes to hit high notes with new Gold Top Music Group

August 03, 2021 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—For the first time ever, Purdue University Fort Wayne has formed a full-service music company that also includes a record label.
Purdue Fort Wayne student-muralist completes eye-popping project for new area company

Purdue Fort Wayne student-muralist completes eye-popping project for new area company

July 29, 2021 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Dell Cove® Spices and More Co. is a new addition to the business landscape of Allen County. Homegrown by husband-and-wife team Patricia and David Beets, the gourmet popcorn and popcorn seasoning enterprise moved its operations from Chicago to a New Haven warehousing center. Samantha Full, a senior art education major at PFW, has created a mural for the business.

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