Governor appoints two new Purdue trustees

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels has appointed two new members to Purdue University's Board of Trustees.

Daniels announced Tuesday that he has appointed hotel developer Bruce White and Purdue student Miranda McCormack. Both will begin their terms July 1. White will serve a three-year term while McCormick will serve for two years.

White, of Merrillville and Edwards, Colo., is chairman and chief executive officer of White Lodging Services Corp., a hotel ownership, development and operating company based in Merrillville. He also has served as a trustee of the University of Chicago Hospitals.

McCormack, of Fowler, is a chemical engineering major who has gained on-site work experience in the Dow Chemical Co-op program. She plans to graduate in May 2014.

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