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Tune in to WJOB 1230-AM or 104.7-FM for the Purdue Northwest Today program discussing "On the Other Side: PNW Examines the Post-COVID World."
On World Cancer Day, associate professor of English Karen Bishop-Morris talks with Tranece Artis (Executive Director, Laini Fluellen Charities), Maria Perez (Coordinator, ACCESS Community Health) and Rachel Nagengast (Cancer Education Program Specialist with ACCESS).
Join live as artist Evan Struck creates a painting for PNW celebrating Black History Month! Ask questions and put in requests for what you would like to see.
As part of PNW's Black History Month events, join a virtual workshop with poet Ashlee Haze during which PNW students can learn how to write petty poetry.
Join PNW scholars and community experts for a series of conversations exploring the post-COVID world and our opportunity for reinvention. What does leadership look like in a post-COVID world?
Nadia E. Brown, associate professor of political science, Purdue West Lafayette, assesses the nation’s commitment to democratic ideals, focusing on the inclusion and exclusion of minoritized groups during the 2020 election, especially Black women voters and candidates.
PNW professor Mita Choudhury will provide a historical overview of systemic racism, institutional bias and prejudice, and the weak guard rails of "western civilization."
Join PNW scholars and community experts for a series of conversations exploring the post-COVID world and our opportunity for reinvention. What does social media look like in a post-COVID world?
Tune in to WJOB 1230-AM, 104.7-FM or the Tune-In app for Purdue Northwest Today! Host Richard Rupp will discuss "PNW: The Year Ahead" with guests Thomas L. Keon, Chancellor, and Kenneth (Chris) Holford, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost.