Anvil Early User Program Webinar Offered for Faculty and Postdocs

Purdue University is excited to announce the Early User Program (EUP) for Anvil, an NSF Category I large-capacity computational research platform. Anvil will provide a seamless and comprehensive ecosystem of software, access interfaces, programming environments, and composable services to support a broad range of science and engineering applications.

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CLA Nominees Sought for Provost’s Outstanding Grad Faculty Mentor Award

The College of Liberal Arts has been invited by the Graduate School to submit one (1) nomination for the Provost’s Award for Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor. If you have in mind someone whom you believe is deserving of this award, please submit your department’s nomination (one per department only;

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Sandia-Purdue Collaboration for FY21 Laboratory Directed Research Development

Sandia seeks Purdue faculty, including CLA, who might be interested in partnering with Sandia PI as collaborators in the upcoming FY21 LDRD proposals. In order to improve the timeline for university collaborations, Sandia is collecting faculty research summaries that align with Sandia’s research needs so that potential PIs can engage with faculty sooner to develop proposals.

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Panel discussion on the Regional COVID-19 Response – Purdue Policy Research Institute

Please join us on Tuesday, November 17, from Noon- 1 pm EST as several of our Purdue colleagues, including CLA’s Dr. Hwanseok Song, as well as a member of the Tippecanoe County Health Department discuss Lessons Learned from the Regional Response to COVID-19.

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