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COVID-19 MITIGATION POLICIES RELEVANT TO THE CLA RESEARCH AND GRADUATE EDUCATION COMMUNITIES

Purdue University has decided to continue its research activities, including (given certain cautions) those with human subjects. The basic information regarding this decision can be found in: the EVPR policy page on COVID-19 mitigation the Graduate School Announcement regarding online examinations and graduate classes, and on the Purdue COVID-19 webpage, under the research section.

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James Walsh Talk: How to obtain funding from Federal Agencies

Abstract: Federal agencies are an important source of support for research in the humanities and social sciences. Scholars in these fields are most familiar with the priorities and approaches to supporting research of the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Call for Teaching Fellows: Indiana Digital Humanities Research Institute at Purdue University

Purdue University is hosting a Digital Humanities Research Institute May 26-29 in West Lafayette, Indiana. This institute will cover many basic methods and technologies in the digital humanities, contextualized within the larger humanities research process.

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La Sabana University & Purdue Form Joint Undergradaute Communication Initiative

The Brian Lamb School of Communication has teamed up with Universidad de La Sabana to build student competency through hands-on engagement and learning. Their learning is built around a pro-social digital campaign aimed to raise awareness of climate change impacts on Colombia’

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