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- Team of Purdue and Colombian students share a common language — supercomputing
A combined student supercomputing team from Purdue and Colombia’s Universidad EAFIT will be taking on an international group of opponents in the student supercomputing competition at SC14, the world’s largest supercomputing conference. HP and Intel are sponsoring the team, which ITaP put together.
- New email service will warn Purdue employees when their bank account information is accessed
A new service will help Purdue employees keep their bank information in the University payroll system secure by sending them a warning when the information has been accessed through Purdue’s Employee Self Service (ESS) website. Employees will receive the warning email anytime their bank information has been accessed through ESS, regardless of whether a change was made.
- Electrical engineering professor shares insights on transition to active learning classroom
Four years after transitioning his introductory electrical engineering course to a flipped model, Professor Dimitrios Peroulis shares a few tips for instructors who want to bring more active learning into the classroom. Faculty and staff are invited to attend an open discussion with Peroulis about his teaching experiences 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 1 in the Purdue Memorial Union, Room 256.
- More information on Microsoft's free Office 365 offer to students, faculty and staff
ITaP is providing updated information on Microsoft's recent offer of Office 365 for free to individual students, faculty and staff at eligible universities.
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