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News in 2014

Crough Memorial Lecture
12/1/2014

The Latest Issue of Elements Magazine includes articles by Professor Granger and Professor Lifton
11/4/2014

Planetary Undergrads use Official NASA Mars Images to Fuel Research
10/31/2014

Terry West Receives AEG Service Award
10/30/2014

Shepson Receives American Chemical Society Award
08/14/2014

Purdue assistant professor taking Purdue to Mars in 2020
08/4/2014

Freed's Geosciences in the Cinema course featured in the IndyStar
07/24/2014

Chaubey Awarded ADS/Hancor Soil and Water Engineering Award
07/22/2014

Asteroid Strikes: Where Have all the Craters Gone?
06/17/2014

Dynamics of Climate Conference
06/16/2014

Recent EAPS Grad Announced as 2014 Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellow
06/16/2014

EAPS Alumnus is a 2014 SEG Award Recipient
06/10/2014

Four Things that Turn America into the Tornado Super Bowl featuring Dr. Agee
05/6/2014

Professor Trapp Talks to Purdue News About Tornado Activity
05/4/2014

WLFI News Channel 18 Captures El Aguila Gold Mine Display Dedication
05/2/2014

Professor Dev Niyogi and PhD student, Olivia Kellner, are featured in Purdue Today for their study
04/7/2014

Dr. Paul Shepson's Study in Purdue Today
04/7/2014

EAPS 12000: Introduction to Geography
04/6/2014

Mayor of Kansas Devastated by Tornado to Speak with Purdue Science Policy Class, Research Faculty
03/27/2014

Access to Top-Flight Supercomputer Yields Sunny Forecast for Atmospheric Science Students
03/27/2014

EAPS Alumnus Manages Air-Quality for the Ute Tribe in New Mexico
02/24/2014

Purdue Students Partner with INDOT to Forecast Winter Weather
02/23/2014

EAPS Alumnus Gift Creates First Endowed Chair
01/1/2014

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