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PURDUE HomEcoming

FREE commUnity EvEnts

Wednesday, October 24 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Purdue vs. IU Blood Drive, Purdue Memorial Union

Friday, October 26 8:00 p.m. Homecoming parade, on campus

9:30 p.m. Pep rally with King and Queen coronation

10:00 p.m. Fireworks, Slayter Hill

Saturday, October 27

Open to the Public

Football gamE

Noon, Saturday, October 27

Purdue Boilermakers vs.

Northwestern Wildcats Ross-Ade Stadium

For tickets, call (800) 497-7678 or (765) 494-3194

9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Family-friendly Celebration on the Mall Stage performances Armstrong Hall tours

Tickets are required for the football game; all other listed activities are free and free parking will be available.

EA/EOU

www.purdue.edu/homecoming

September 2007

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Research Seminar: “Video Cases in Teacher Education: Role of Epistemological Beliefs and Task Structure in Pre-service Teacher Learning by Aman Yadav: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 Former Deans Robert Kane and Marilyn Haring Portrait Unveiling: 4:30-6 pm, Beering lobby Faculty Recognition Dinner (by invitation): 6:30-10 pm, Sgt. Preston’s Purdue Room Research Seminar: “The Political Economy of Legislated Character Education” by Chrystal Johnson: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255

October 2007

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Featured Speaker: Míriam Jorge, associate professor, Federal University of Minas Gerais in Brazil, presents “Affirmative Action in Brazil: Affirming Rights or Ideologies?”: 3:30-5:00 pm, Black Cultural Center

(Sponsored by the African American Studies and Resources Center and the College of Education; co-sponsored by the Diversity Resource Center and the Office of Affirmative Action)

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Research Seminar: “Human Subjects in Educational Research” by Kristine Hershberger: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 October Break, no classes Research Seminar: “Research-based Opportunities and Funding Sources by Christine King: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 Research Seminar: “Leadership Development Program Evaluation: A 15-year Follow-up Study” by James Greenan: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 Research Seminar: “Teaching Evolution in Public School Science: What’s the Controversy All About?” by John Staver: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 Homecoming (www.purdue.edu/events/homecoming/index.shtml)

November 2007

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Purdue Series on Corporate Citizenship and Ethics: Barry Salzberg, CEO of Deloitte & Touche: 7 pm, Stewart Center, Fowler Hall

(presented by Ackerman Center for Democratic Citizenship and Krannert School of Management)

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Research Seminar: “Building the Tradition of Service Learning at Purdue” by Joan Jurich, Christian Reiner and Heather Servaty-Seib: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 Research Seminar: “Autobiography: A Site for Understanding the Mentoring

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and Tutoring of Incarcerated Teens” by Erik Malewski and Suniti Sharma: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 Research Seminar: “Keeper of the Gate: Responsibilities of the Editor of a

Peer-reviewed Journal” by A.G. Rud: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 22-23 University Holiday

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Research Seminar: “The Tribulations and Tirumphs of Spousal Interdiciplinary Collaboration” by Robert May and Jill May: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255

December 2007

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Dean Hynd Farewell Reception (by invitation : 3-5 pm, Purdue Memorial Union, Anniversary Drawing Room Research Seminar: “Teaching Conceptual Model-based Word Problem Story Grammar to Enhance Mathematics Problem Solving” by Yan Ping Xin: Noon-1 pm, Beering 1255 Classes end

10-15 Exams

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University Holiday

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University Holiday

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Semester ends

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Commencement

Events are open to the public unless otherwise noted.

www.education.purdue.edu

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