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Spring 2006

Destination Purdue > Spring 2006

Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 2006

Dairy professor

Being cheesy is just part of his job
Award-winning professor brings enthusiasm, humor to his dairy classes


Dan Orr

Destination Career: Graduate makes a career of snack time
Food process engineering alumnus develops chips and the machines that make them



DNA could hold the key to agressive bee-havior
Genetic researchers looking for what causes 'killer bees' to attack


Daniel Warner

Experience has a pull on team members
Quarter-scale tractor competition offers lessons outside the classroom


Taking a fresher look at strawberries
Students help faculty on a process that could make berries last longer

Program places a premium on real-world experience
Landscape architecture students spend a year in professional settings

Vet school's world-class facilities make it a leader in equine medical research
Equipment helps diagnose and treat horses with health problems

Trustee ensures student concerns get a hearing
Animal science meajor has a say in university affairs

Students on the Street
What is your favorite memory of your first year at Purdue?

A word from the editor
Purdue Agriculture is shaping the industry

Bonus Web-Only Stories

Destination Career: Feeding the bears - and the leumurs and penguins
Graduate makes sure zoo animals are eating healthy

Jamaican trip offers different look at teaching, agriculture
Study abroad course helps ag education majors prepare for careers

Intern works with U.S. senator on public policy
Student drives to succeed in Washington

Studies expand student's view of the world
New Zealand experience involves more than classes