Ukrainian Grit and Hope Exhibition by Vitalii Nosbach

Ukrainian Grit & Hope: A Traveling Photo Exhibition at Purdue

A year into the Russian war against Ukraine, one of the most talented Ukrainian war photographers, Vitalii Nosach, chose to share some of his most memorable photographs with the Purdue community. His exhibition will be launched with a presentation and reception on Thursday, February 23 at 4:30 PM in the Purdue Memorial Union West Main Lounge (Across from the Amazon delivery hub).

Continue Reading

2023 Graduate School Mentoring Award for Graduate Students

Each CLA department is invited to nominate ONE graduate student for the Graduate School Mentoring award. Unlike previous years, when nominations were submitted directly by the students to the Graduate School, the departments should select ONE nominee, whose application should be submitted to the CLA Office for Graduate Education, which will select the CLA-level representative.

Continue Reading
blue and yellow globe

Dr. Yang and his Purdue CLA team advance the boundary of sociology by mapping religious practices to explain major cultural changes in the Global East (East Asia)

Dr. Fenggang Yang’s Center on Religion and the Global East is one of the most successful CLA research enterprises.

Continue Reading
photo of people doing handshakes

Writing Training for Graduate Students

The Purdue On-Campus Writing Lab (OWL) supports graduate writers through one-on-one consultations, graduate-specific programming, and online resources. Graduate-Specific Programming Introduction to Graduate Writing 4-Part Workshop The Introduction to Graduate Writing Workshop is meant to introduce graduate students in their first or second year to various aspects of scholarly writing to become successful scholarly writers in their field of study.

Continue Reading