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Richard Hadley APSAC Professional Development

Richard “Dick” Hadley was a founding member of APSAC and senior mechanical engineer until his death on May 4, 1993, at age 51. Mr. Hadley’s association with the University was first as a student, enrolling in 1960 after graduating from West Lafayette High School. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree in 1964, and returned to Purdue as a senior engineer in Facilities Planning and Engineering. He worked in that department, later named Facilities Planning and Construction, for nearly 25 years.
The Hadley/APSAC Fund enables APSAC to sponsor speakers for the benefit of administrative and professional staff throughout the Purdue system. Presenters address topics of interest to all and provide opportunities for both professional enrichment and personal growth.

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  • Cultivating a Culture of Service Apr. 29, 2014 (Tue., 2 - 4 p.m.)

    STEW 218ABCD

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    Units: Non-Credit

    Schedule Number: 14562

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