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New Version of Scholar Powers Meteorology Classes
Learning scientific computing for the first time can be challenging enough, without the additional hurdles of installing and configuring the necessary software. Thanks to the updated, interactive features of Purdue’s Scholar cluster, those hurdles have been removed for Dr. Baldwin’s meteorology students.

Dr. Wu Awarded Prestigious CAREER Grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Dr. Yutian Wu has been awarded prestigious CAREER grant by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

EAPS Graduate Students Recognized for Excellence in Teaching
Two EAPS graduate students have been recognized for excellence in graduate teaching.

Dr. Bensman Receives Distinguished Science Alumni Award
Dr. Ed Bensman received the Distinguished Science Alumni award this Spring in recognition of his prestigious professional accomplishments.

Study by Dr. Shepson finds potentially harmful effects of natural gas
Although burning natural gas is much cleaner than coal or oil, methane (which is mostly what natural gas consists of) has the potential to be even more damaging over the short term than coal or oil if it isn't handled properly, says Dr. Paul Shepson.


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