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Humanities Without Walls

HWW Grand Challenge Calls for Proposals

Purdue University is part of Humanities Without Walls, and as a special benefit, we are invited to compete in the limited submission competition for humanities research Grand Challenge grants. Humanities Without Walls invites applications for interdisciplinary, collaborative, research-based projects in the humanities and arts that build a clearly communicated commitment to methodologies of reciprocity and redistribution into their project design and proposal narratives, regardless of the research topic or theme they focus on.

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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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2021 FORCES Team Strategic Priorities Report: Anticipating Biden’s Strategy and Security Policy

The year 2021 comes in the US with a new presidential administration confronted by critical strategic challenges, political turmoil, and high expectations. The FORCES team of social science, STEM, and military experts summarizes in this report the leading functional, geographic, and political-military issues confronting the Biden administration.

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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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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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Purdue’s Graduate School Mentoring Faculty Fellow Program

The Graduate School is seeking applications for the Faculty Mentoring Fellow Program beginning January 2022. Graduate Mentoring Fellows will be engaged with their respective colleges and the Graduate School as we seek to implement a 3-year mentoring improvement process in the advising relationship between faculty and graduate students.

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Purdue’s Graduate School Mentoring Graduate Student Fellow Program

The Graduate School is seeking applications from PhD students for the Graduate Student Mentoring Fellow Program beginning January 2022. Graduate Mentoring Fellows will engage with Faculty Mentoring Fellows from their college and the Graduate School as we seek to implement a 3-year mentoring improvement process in the advising relationship between faculty and graduate students.

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Dr. Sinéad Moynihan, Exeter University “More Famous for my Puddings than my Books”: Irish Women Writers in U.S. Magazines at Mid-Century

The Woodman lecture is the English Department’s endowed critical literary studies series, named in memory of Leonora Woodman, professor in the English department from 1976-1991.

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