You left fall semester and West Lafayette at a lukewarm 40 degrees, only to return to the Siberian Purdue. Don’t worry, stay indoors – our spring events don’t start till the end of February! Money, Money Our first event in Loeb Playhouse on Saturday, February 28 welcomes 5 panelists from the Academy Award winning film Inside Job. […]
Environmental health studies have traditionally focused on a specific life stage of chemical exposure and the subsequent adverse health effects at that life stage. But, today it is now recognized that there are windows of enhanced susceptibility to these chemical exposures during critical periods of development that can influence the onset of disease, disorders, and […]
Do you know where the Wabash River originates? What about the impact it has on downstream waterbodies? Listen to Sara Peel share the positive impacts your neighbors are having on the Wabash River and how you can too can become a good river neighbor. Who: Sara Peel When: November 3 at 7:00 pm Where: Stewart […]
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a debilitating neurological disorder of the central nervous system. The disease affects nearly seven million people across the world with over 1 million of them being Americans. Join us at the next Breakout Session to hear Jason Cannon discuss dietary factors that potentially influence the risk of PD. Who: Jason Cannon […]
Who: Daniel Aldrich When: November 3 at 7:00 pm Where: Stewart Center – Fowler Hall Why: Breakout Session – “Confronting Our Environmental Health Risks” During the post-war period, the United States has announced 200 nuclear power plant projects. Only half of those projects were ever built and came online. Why? Listen to Dr. Aldrich share […]
Who: Leigh Raymond When: November 3 at 7:00 pm Where: Stewart Center – Fowler Hall What: Breakout Session – “Confronting Our Environmental Health Risks” Governments are struggling with how to deal with the uncertainty in assessing and regulating environmental health risks. Listen to Dr. Raymond review the advantages and potential pitfalls to regulating based on […]
Come to our next Breakout Session: Confronting Our Environmental Health Risks, presented in partnership with Purdue’s Cancer Culture & Community Colloquium. Monday, November 3rd at 7pm in Fowler Hall.
Join us to kick off the 2014-15 TEDxPurdueU season with a viewing party of the TEDGlobal 2014 conference at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 9 in the Purdue Mechanical Engineering Building, Rm 1130. You will have the exclusive opportunity to view talks from authors, global policymakers, activists, and entrepreneurs, all sharing in an outpouring of […]
Did you enjoy TEDxPurdueU 2014: Daring Greatly? Want to contribute to the organization of next season’s series of events? Then “dare greatly” yourself, and apply to be a part of the TEDxPurdueU Executive Team! Applications are due by Monday, April 14th: bit.ly/1nkSRZn. The application deadline has passed – thank you for your interest!
Yes, we realize that it isn’t more than a few days past TEDxPurdueU 2014: Daring Greatly. But we want to take this opportunity to let you give us your nominations for speakers at our 2015 event. We hope you enjoyed the conference, and invite you to share your speaker suggestions to curate an even better […]