News and Publications
With seven departments driving it, the College of Science is home to a lot of happenings, discoveries and news. Groundbreaking achievements by students and faculty help make the college an exciting place to be. Read about these recent events here.
Hack. Pass out. Wake up. Hack some more.
Organized by numerous students, BoilerMake, a 36-hour computer hackathon, was a smash success in its February debut
Panel discussion explored diversity in grant writing
The Purdue College of Science hosted a panel discussion Jan. 28 focusing on the aspects of diversity in writing successful grants.
New grants of almost $500K to extend Science Outreach
Math Science Partnership and Improving Teacher Quality grants will reach high school and middle school students up and down Indiana.
MATHCOUNTS to draw almost 100 Hoosier 'mathletes'
Winners will go on to compete nationally.
Purdue Hackers are innovators, not 'crackers'
New student organization aims to reclaim the term "hack" for its original, positive meaning of creating new programs, apps and code from scratch.
New grads brave cold, look to warm future careers
The College of Science graduated 167 students at the Fall Commencement on Dec. 15
Purdue Global Science Partners dance away Dead Week blues
College of Science students from different cultures find common ground through dance.
Math Field Day brings in almost 100 competitive middle school students for annual numbers battle
The students were divided into gold and black teams before mastering the games 20 minutes at a time before. The mini math maestros then moved on to the next game.
Thank you from the dean
College of Science Dean says "thank you" to donors, alumni and friends.
Prof. Theodor Hänsch talks "Passion for Precision" at 2013 Hubert M James Memorial Lecture
Dr. Theodor W. Hänsch, professor at Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics at Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, presented his lecture “Passion for Precision” in front of more than 100 Physics faculty and students.
Purdue Global Science Partners do Halloween
Fifteen members of the Global Science Partners organization within the College of Science paid a spooky visit to Cambridge Estates in Lafayette during the apartment and townhouse complex's annual Halloween bash aimed for kids. The Science students ran several games and passed out pounds and pounds of sweet, sweet candy.