That’s the headline over a newly posted Green Bay Press-Gazette story featuring excerpts of a brief interview with UW-Green Bay Chancellor Tom Harden. The Chancellor responded to specific questions on how the local campus could administratively plan to handle the cuts. Harden told the newspaper he is concerned about the possibility of layoffs but added, “We need to have more clarification. The budget repair bill is too ambiguous and it’s hard for us to know what to expect.” Harden also said the expected budget cuts will make it difficult to recruit the best candidates to fill openings. Read more.
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