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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Krannert Post-Doctoral Fellows Competition: Call for Proposals

Krannert administration intends to commit up to $240,000 a year toward a Krannert Post-Doctoral Fellows Competition. The intent is to allow for hiring 2 post-doctoral fellows, each supported for a two-year period. We are pleased to launch this new program towards accelerating impactful and meaningful research.

The due date is September 30, 2021. For detailed information and how to apply, read the full document here:

Call for Proposals

  • 27
    Oct

    Division of Diversity and Inclusion Sponsoring Social Bias Workshops

    All faculty and staff are invited to participate in a virtual professional development workshop titled “Speaking Up: How Bystanders Can Change the Conversation about Social Bias,” sponsored by the Division of Diversity and Inclusion. The workshops are free and offered on Oct. 26 and 29 via Zoom. See full description for workshop times and registration link.
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  • 27
    Oct

    Marketing Seminar with Sherry Du, October 27, 2021

    The Marketing Area welcomes you to attend their Wednesday, October 27, 2021 virtual seminar from 10:30 am - noon as Sherry Du, PhD Candidate in Marketing at Simon Business School, University of Rochester, presents her research: Did You Notice the Hidden Fees? Evidence from Airbnb. Please see attached seminar flyer for additional details. You may contact Beth Allwes, ballwes@purdue.edu for seminar link.
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  • 27
    Oct

    Economics Workshop with Michael Makowsky on 10/27/2021

    Please join us and Professor Michael Makowsky from Clemson for a workshop on Wednesday, October 27th at 11:45-1:00 pm.
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  • 28
    Oct

    PURCE Policy Luncheon or Livestream with Cathy Zhang

    The payment landscape is changing. Dr. Cathy Zhang will discuss how traditional forms of money are evolving and the potential problems policymakers face in light of these changes in an upcoming PURCE policy luncheon or livestream -- choose your modality!
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