Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2009
Virtual tour offers convenience, student perspective on campus
Stroll around the Purdue Agriculture campus with your iPod or MP3 player.
Team looking at bacteria in a new light
Students developing patches that change color when exposed to the sun.
Destination Career: Win or lose, his work is always a victory
Seeing lots of baseball is just part of what this graduate loves about his job.
Students investigate forensic science
It isn't a scene from a TV show, it's a Purdue Agriculture course.
West Bank water project offers real-world experience
Agricultural and biological engineering students develop plans for a Palestinian community.
Paralympian volleys for silver in Beijing
Preveterinary medicine major was a member fo the U.S. sitting volleyball team.
Students on the Street
If you could be any building on campus, which one would you be?
A word from the editor
Purdue Agriculture is the right fit.
U.N. intern focuses on rural issues
Student from Malawi wants to improve the lives of people around the world.
Bonus Web-only stories
Outdoor classroom teaches teamwork, skills
Forestry and Natural Resources students gain hands-on experience in the woods.