THiNK Magazine

April 2016

THiNK Magazine features stories that explore contemporary issues through the work of CLA faculty, students, and alumni. We love to hear your feedback, so share your comments on our website. You can read the current issue online or in our e-reader apps.

In This Issue

We hear from Liberal Arts students who are participating in discussion and research related to the presidential primaries—and bumping into candidates in coffee shops. We also explore how our students are applying their education and skills to help address a number of global challenges, from human trafficking to water shortages, and examine different research approaches to mitigating or fighting climate change. 

Primary Sources
Primary Sources: Students in political science and communication find out what Iowa Caucus and Super Tuesday voters are thinking—and why.
Making a World of Difference
Making a World of Difference: Liberal Arts students and faculty apply interdisciplinary research and personal passion to address global challenges.
Might or Modeling? Different Approaches to Climate Change
Might or Modeling? Different Approaches to Climate Change: Are we mitigating our impact on the environment or preparing to fight over its resources?
Purdue Day of Giving
Purdue Day of Giving: Join us on April 27 to grant opportunities, transform lives, and show your pride in the College of Liberal Arts!

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