Proposed Article Title
President Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. assumed the role of Purdue University’s 12th president in January 2013 at the conclusion of his term as governor of the State of Indiana. Daniels has held a variety of top-level positions in business and politics. He worked 11 years at Eli Lilly and Co., and was CEO of the Hudson Institute, then a contract research organization known for its analyses of the central role of technology in human progress among other issues. He also served as an advisor to President Ronald Reagan, director of the Office of Management and Budget for President George W. Bush, and chief of staff for Indiana Senator Richard Lugar.
"Interview: Mitch Daniels,"
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research:
Vol. 3, Article 52.