What Illinois Paid to Try to Salvage a Presidency

April 23, 2012

The University of Illinois System may have bills of up to $250,000 for consultants and other advisers to try to save the presidency of Michael Hogan, The Chicago Tribune reported. Hogan resigned in March, after a 20-month tenure during which he repeatedly clashed with faculty leaders and some campus administrators. Among the expenses revealed by the Tribune: $4,000 for two meetings with an executive coach.

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