Honors College associate dean examines historical future in new book

In her book Future History: Global Fantasies in Seventeenth-Century American and British Writings, Honors College Associate Dean of Research and Creative Endeavors Kristina Bross examines the ways that writers in both England and America imagined themselves in a world that did not yet exist.

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Purdue Profiles: Jason Ware

Now a clinical assistant professor in the Honors College, Dr. Jason Ware leads a class titled Well-Being that allows him to combine his passions for undergraduate research and community well-being. Read the article about Dr. Ware in Purdue Today.

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Honors College, Engineering student Rudin named a 2018 Truman Scholar

Paige Rudin, a junior at Purdue University, has been named a 2018 Truman Scholar. Rudin, who is studying in the Honors College and College of Engineering, is a native of Carmel, Ind. and is majoring in multidisciplinary engineering with a concentration in veterinary health engineering and a minor in global engineering studies.

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Mission on Mars: Honors Students Among 1st Purdue Crew at Mars Analog Station

At the beginning of this year, The Mars Society Purdue Chapter sent its first team to the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS), and two of the seven crew members were also Honors College Students. Seniors Sam Albert and Mark Gee served as Crew 186’s Health & Safety and GreenHab officers, respectively.

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