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African American Studies and Research Center Black History Month

African American Studies and Research Center Black History Month “Race, Space, and Place: Reflections on African Americans’ Negotiations of Presence and Belonging in Indiana”

On February 15th, 2022 at 3:00 the College of Liberal Arts and African American Studies and Research Center are hosting a Zoom Event. At this event there will be three speakers- Jennifer Sdunzik, Lisa Young, and Erik C.

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College of Liberal Arts Recognizes the Accomplishments of Faculty Development Center Awardees

The College of Liberal Arts recognizes the work accomplished by the last cohort of the Faculty Development Center Fellows. The faculty members working in the Humanistic Studies, Social Science, Creative Endeavors, and Instructional Excellence, have made significant contributions to the learning, discovery, and creative mission of our university.

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Purdue FORCES Report suggests undersea telecommunication cables can be a new strategic chokepoint

Undersea cables are vital components of the global economy and international security.  97% of global communications are transmitted by these cables and are part of an estimated 212 cable systems containing 750,000 miles of fiber.

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