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Robin Newman Named Dean of Students

Robin Newman Named Dean of Students

June 24, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Purdue University Fort Wayne announced today the selection of Robin Newman as dean of students. Additionally, the university announced the creation of a new Dean of Students Faculty Advisory Board.
Purdue University Fort Wayne Helps Student Obtain Degree 50 Years after “Taking a Break”

Purdue University Fort Wayne Helps Student Obtain Degree 50 Years after “Taking a Break”

May 06, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Lonny Fry recently celebrated his 70th birthday, knowing that the present he was giving himself started its journey to him 50 years ago.
Tapestry Parkview Endowment Announces 12 Recipients of $72,000 in Scholarships

Tapestry Parkview Endowment Announces 12 Recipients of $72,000 in Scholarships

May 03, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Students at both Purdue University Fort Wayne and Indiana University Fort Wayne received scholarships totaling $72,000 today at Tapestry. The scholarship program, which began 18 years ago, along with Tapestry, has been expanded to include programs at both schools.
Inaugural Day of Giving at Purdue University Fort Wayne Raises More Than $275,000

Inaugural Day of Giving at Purdue University Fort Wayne Raises More Than $275,000

April 29, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Purdue University Fort Wayne officials are calling Wednesday’s first-ever 24-hour Day of Giving a successful venture, raising more than $275,000 from nearly 250 individual gifts.
$875,000 “Chapman Challenge” Endowed Scholarships Announcement Part of Purdue University Fort Wayne Day of Giving

$875,000 “Chapman Challenge” Endowed Scholarships Announcement Part of Purdue University Fort Wayne Day of Giving

April 24, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Purdue University Fort Wayne’s initial participation in the Day of Giving initiative, started by Purdue University in West Lafayette six year ago, started off with a major announcement this morning.
New Study Cites Purdue University Fort Wayne’s $8.9 Billion Impact on Northeast Indiana

New Study Cites Purdue University Fort Wayne’s $8.9 Billion Impact on Northeast Indiana

April 23, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Purdue University Fort Wayne has an $8.9 billion total economic impact on Northeast Indiana annually and fuels 82,450 jobs in the region, according to a new study.
Purdue University Fort Wayne Summer Camp Experiences Range from Athletics to Virtual Reality and Most Everything In Between

Purdue University Fort Wayne Summer Camp Experiences Range from Athletics to Virtual Reality and Most Everything In Between

April 23, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Purdue University Fort Wayne can help parents answer this question: What are my kids going to do all summer? The answer is simple: Purdue Fort Wayne is once again offering a wide variety of camps for boys and girls of all ages and abilities.
Limited Number of Tickets Available for Jeff Corwin Omnibus Lecture at Purdue University Fort Wayne

Limited Number of Tickets Available for Jeff Corwin Omnibus Lecture at Purdue University Fort Wayne

April 11, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—A limited number of free tickets are available for the Jeff Corwin Omnibus Lecture, Tales from the Field with Jeff Corwin, on Wednesday, April 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Urban Garden to Be Created at Purdue University Fort Wayne

Urban Garden to Be Created at Purdue University Fort Wayne

March 26, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—Purdue University Fort Wayne’s Institute for Research, Scholarship, and Creative Endeavors has awarded a grant to four School of Education faculty members and a Purdue Extension Educator to create the university’s first on-campus urban garden.
Purdue University Fort Wayne Receives $130,000 Contract for Suicide Prevention and Intervention Initiatives

Purdue University Fort Wayne Receives $130,000 Contract for Suicide Prevention and Intervention Initiatives

March 25, 2019 FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The Behavioral Health and Family Studies Institute at Purdue University Fort Wayne, in partnership with the Indiana Suicide Prevention Coalition (ISPC), has been awarded a $130,000 contract to oversee and lead suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention activities across the state.