Many students don’t like missing class and want perfect attendance, but that’s not something you will find soon-to-depart University of Illinois President Michael Hogan going for.
The turmoil at the University of Illinois that led to the resignation of the school president lasted three months, but it also left behind a stack of bills.
A bill that has passed the Illinois House would bar state universities hiring executive headhunters.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said Saturday that it was time for Michael Hogan to resign as president of the University of Illinois, but his resignation won’t cure the university’s problems.
University of Illinois president Michael Hogan has resigned and will step down on July 1, according to a published report.
Michael Hogan tells the Associated Press he underestimated how much time and effort it would take to communicate with faculty on three campuses.
President Michael Hogan and trustees met behind closed doors for nearly four hours after more than 100 faculty members said they have “no confident” in Hogan’s administration. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports.
An effort by some University of Illinois faculty members to oust President Michael Hogan continues.
University presidents have begun their annual trek to Springfield to ask lawmakers for money for the next fiscal year.