Carolyn Curiel, an editorial board member of the New York Times for the past six years, has left the paper. Her last day was Friday. She accepted a job at her alma mater, Purdue University, which back in May gave her an honorary doctorate. Details of her new role are still being ironed out, but she will be working closely with the university’s president France A. Córdova.
Carolyn says a press release with all the details will be released soon.