Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels
Update posted at 1:14 p.m.:
The Indianapolis Star reports it has confirmed that Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels will take the job as Purdue University’s next president.
Daniels, who at one point was thought to be a contender for U.S. president, is finishing his second term as president. Because he is term-limited, his last day in office will come in January.
The Purdue Board of Trustees could meet Thursday to formally select Daniels, the Star reported, citing two sources.
Current Purdue president France Cordova announced last year she would retire July 15.
Original story posted at 12:35 p.m.:
(Indianapolis, Ind.) – Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels may have a job lined up for when his term in office ends.
Daniels is term-limited with his run in office ending in January.
Citing unnamed sources, WISH-TV in Indianapolis reports that Daniels will be named by the Purdue University Board of Trustees to succeed retiring school President France Cordova.
The governor’s office had no comment on the matter.