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President Daniels Spring 2022 Commencement Address

President Daniels Spring 2022 Commencement Address As Purdue’s May commencement returned indoors for the first time since 2019, President Mitch Daniels told the class of 2022 that he wanted to speak to each graduate individually to say, “There will be no exact copies, no one just like you, and therefore no one box anyone can stick you in.”

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Back to Class: Can We Automatically Measure Every Single Tree on the Planet

Back to Class: Can We Automatically Measure Every Single Tree on the Planet Dr. Songlin Fei, College of Agriculture, explores how the multidisciplinary digital forestry initiative at Purdue is using remote sensing and artificial intelligence-assisted data analytics to develop automated data acquisition tools and platforms that can fundamentally transform practices in measuring and managing our forests.

An image showing Bryan W. Boudouris introducing the future of Telehealth

Back to Class: Designing Materials for Next-Generation Telehealth Devices

Back to Class: Designing Materials for Next-Generation Telehealth Devices Bryan W. Boudouris, College of Engineering, discusses advances in bioelectronic devices that have improved the quality of care for a wide range of patients, and highlights “smart” contact lenses for continuous biomarker monitoring.

AN image showing Dr. David J. Purpura explaining early STEM stories

Back to Class: STEM Through Stories

Back to Class: STEM Through Stories Dr. David J. Purpura, College of Health and Human Sciences, explores the importance of early STEM learning and shares work designed to integrate STEM learning into activities that families and teachers already engage in, such as picture-book reading, to create high-quality books, to evaluate the effects of materials, and to disseminate them to practitioners and families.

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