Honors Student to Present Project on National Level

When the world shut down because of the pandemic, Honors College student Eli Coltin spotted an opportunity to do things differently. Now, congressional lawmakers will hear his data-driven approach.

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Dr. Ware to research impacts on homeless families in Tippecanoe County

It’s been an especially tragic time for homelessness during the past year, partially due to the pandemic. Because of this, Dr. Jason Ware, assistant clinical professor in the Honors College and director of the Faculty Honors Preceptor Program, wants to understand how to help homeless families.

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Purdue student to study at Cambridge under prestigious Churchill Scholarship

Purdue University student Daniel Gochenaur has been named a Churchill Scholar. At Purdue, students apply for the Churchill Scholarship through the National and International Scholarships Office, which is housed in the Honors College.

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Purdue Named a Top Producer for Fulbright U.S. Student Program

Purdue University has been named a 2020-21 Top Producer for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, highlighting the university’s dedication to international education and research. 

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