Chancellor Tom Harden sat down Wednesday (Dec. 18) with WFRV, Channel 5’s Kris Schuller, to talk about the news that he plans to leave the chancellorship next year. The story that aired Wednesday evening covered Harden’s desire to spend more time with his family, and also hit some of his UW-Green Bay career highlights — establishment of the UW-Green Bay Foundation, reinvigoration of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts and implementation of the 360° of Learning brand among them. “I’m not looking forward to the last day,” Harden said, “because I think it will be very emotional.” Nice story.
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