Purdue President Mung Chiang: On LEAP water study, semiconductor hopes and more
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PURDUE PRESIDENT CHIANG: ON LEAP WATER STUDY, SEMICONDUCTOR HOPES AND MORE
Last week, fresh off news of a $100 million gift from the Lilly Endowment – the largest philanthropic donation in Purdue’s history, aimed at the Daniels School of Business and the Purdue Computes initiative – university President Mung Chiang held a short Q&A session for local media.
Here are a few takeaways from that session, on topics beyond the Lilly Endowment news, including the LEAP pipeline, “really exciting additional announcements” he expects in the coming year on the semiconductor front, pedestrian safety on campus and grades Purdue students gave him during his first year.