The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research

http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/jpur

List of Papers (Total 272)

Back Matter

Interview: Bridget Johnston

Purdue University alumnus Bridget Johnston serves as the interactive technology projects manager at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.

Out of the Box: Homegrown in Greater Lafayette: Green Spaces in Greater Lafayette [full paper]

Students from the Honors 299 course, “Homegrown,” researched local Hispanic culture, sound, green spaces, and coffee shops, among other areas of study, as well as the role of each in establishing a sense of place.

Out of the Box: Homegrown in Greater Lafayette: Hispanic Community in Greater Lafayette [full paper]

Students from the Honors 299 course, “Homegrown,” researched local Hispanic culture, sound, green spaces, and coffee shops, among other areas of study, as well as the role of each in establishing a sense of place.

Out of the Box: Homegrown in Greater Lafayette: Caffeine and Everyone: Coffee Shops of Lafayette and West Lafayette [full paper]

Students from the Honors 299 course, “Homegrown,” researched local Hispanic culture, sound, green spaces, and coffee shops, among other areas of study, as well as the role of each in establishing a sense of place.

Out of the Box: Homegrown in Greater Lafayette [extracts]

Students from the Honors 299 course, “Homegrown,” researched local Hispanic culture, sound, green spaces, and coffee shops, among other areas of study, as well as the role of each in establishing a sense of place.

Out of the Box: Diagnosing Concussions With a Smartphone

Two Purdue University students founded brightlamp, LLC, a company designed to produce consumer-ready software for medical diagnostics, which is currently focused on immediate concussion detection.