• Volume 17 Number 3 Fall 2008

Highlights...


  • Cover Story: Black and gold turns to green

  • “Footprints”— 10 snapshots of Purdue projects to improve the environment.

  • Arizona's Fred Phillips has been rollin' on the Colorado River since 1994

  • Alumni Profile: The former mayor of Greensburg, Kansas, is helping his town rebuild green after a deadly tornado

  • Sitting volleyball is part of the Beijing Paralympics and a big part of one Boiler's life

  • Christina Harp's biggest Olympic thrill involved women's mountain bikers

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    “Footprints”— snapshots of
    projects to improve the environment

    Most everyone agrees that humankind must learn to leave a smaller footprint on the Earth. This special green issue of Connections is packed with stories about how the entire spectrum of Purdue Agriculture — faculty, staff, students and alumni — is doing just that. The “footprints” below are snapshots of projects to improve the environment.

    Image: Footprint of investigator Rado Gazo
    Image: Footprint of investifator Eileen Kladivko
    Image: Footprint of investigator Greg Hunt
    Image: Footprint of investigator Cary Mitchell
    Image: Footprint of investigator Klein Ileleji
    Image: Footprint of investigator Kevin Gibson
    Image: Footprint of investigator Bryan Pijanowski
    Image: Footprint of investigator Rick Meilan
    Image: Footprint of investigator Maria Marshall
    Image: Footprint of investigator Alan Sutton