Amy Noah named interim vice president for development
Amy Noah, who graduated from Purdue in 1994 and has been serving as associate vice president for advancement, was named interim vice president for University Development by President Mitch Daniels on April 1.
“Purdue is blessed to have an incredible development team, faculty, staff and students along with alumni and friends who believe in the future of our University,” Noah says. “I’m really looking forward to working in close partnership with President Daniels to identify opportunities that will help shape the future of the University and elevate the impact of philanthropy.”
As Daniels has placed Purdue at the forefront of U.S. higher education by freezing tuition for at least the next two years, he will look to Development for ways to increase student and faculty support and maintain excellence. Philanthropy will be a key to success in keeping Purdue accessible to all students and families, Noah says.