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11:41 am
Thu April 17, 2014

Speaker links social justice with environmental sustainability

Julian Agyeman

An environmental social scientist and originator of the “just sustainability” movement will speak at Purdue next week.

Julian Agyeman is a professor at Tufts University and editor-in-chief of “Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability.”

He promotes social justice and equity as an integral element of sustainable living.

Agyeman contends how we treat each other affects and how we treat the environment.

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General News
10:03 am
Thu April 17, 2014

Daniels elected to Commission on Presidential Debates

The Commission on Presidential Debates has chosen Purdue’s president as one its new members.

In addition to Mitch Daniels, former ABC World News anchor Charles Gibson, former U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe, and former Pentagon and CIA chief Leon Panetta are among those recently elected to serve on the nonpartisan commission.

The group is charged with producing the presidential and vice presidential debates, including negotiating terms with the candidates and picking the moderators.

General News
12:34 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

Second Purdue provost candidate highlights challenges of access and affordability

The second candidate for Purdue provost is on campus.

Debasish Dutta spoke to the university community this morning.

He is currently associate provost and dean of the graduate college at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Dutta says Purdue is poised to be a global leader in higher education, and he is excited about the opportunity to be part of the administration.

He says one of the challenges facing Purdue is finding alternative sources of revenue in the face of declining state support.

Dutta earned a PhD in from Purdue.

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General News
12:30 pm
Wed April 16, 2014

First provost candidate has three Purdue degrees

The first of three finalists for Purdue provost has three degrees from the university.

Christine M. Maziar earned her bachelors, masters and PhD in electrical engineering from Purdue.

She is currently vice president and senior associate provost and professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Notre Dame.

Maziar is excited about the possibility of being the senior academic administrator at her alma mater.

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Arts & Culture
4:20 pm
Sat April 12, 2014

Bach Chorale Singers April 12th concert preview

Jan Simon talks to Michelle Louer, Artistic Director of the Bach Chorale Singers about their “Meditiations on Holy Week” concert Saturday night at 8 at St. Boniface Catholic Church.

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General News
1:42 pm
Wed April 9, 2014

Purdue seeking public input on bicycle and pedestrian safety

The public has a few more days to provide feedback on pedestrian and bicycle safety for the next phase of Purdue’s campus development.

An online survey on the Purdue Bikes website will close this Friday.

A steering committee of Purdue University faculty, staff and students is working with a consulting team to develop a strategy for the future of pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure on the West Lafayette campus.

The information gained from the survey will help guide the process.

General News
7:45 am
Wed April 9, 2014

Purdue College of Liberal Arts celebrates 50th anniversary

James A. McCann

Purdue's College of Liberal Arts is capping off its 50th anniversary celebration with a daylong event on Thursday, April 10th. WBAA's Kristin Malavenda talks to Professor of Political Science Jay McCann about the Liberal Arts program and the details of the events.

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General News
8:07 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

WBAA Celebrates 92 Years Being On-Air with 192 New Members!

WBAA completed its eighth and final day of Spring Member Drive fundraising on the same day the station celebrated 92 years of being on-air.  WBAA also celebrated a record number of new members joining the station with 61 joining the station on Friday and 192 joining since the drive began!  

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Arts & Culture
1:49 pm
Thu April 3, 2014

Lafayette Symphony/Black Voices of Inspiration 4/5 concert preview

WBAA's Jan Simon talks with Sara Mummey, Executive Director of the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra, and Twana Harris of Purdue’s Black Voices of Inspiration about Saturday evening’s “Gospel Meets Symphony” concert at the Long Center.

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