Interim UW-Whitewater chancellor resigns in ‘unexpected’ move

His departure is the latest in a string of leadership shake-ups at the university in Wisconsin.

The interim chancellor of UW-Whitewater resigned Monday in a move that other university leaders said was “unexpected.”

Jim Henderson, who took over as leader of the 11,500-student university last July, said in a statement that one of his goals as interim chancellor was to help hire the best chancellor for the long-term success of UW-Whitewater.

“Over the past few days it has become clear to me that I cannot make progress on that goal,” he said.

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