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Stanley O. Ikenberry, Michael J. Hogan, Christopher G. Kennedy University of Illinois interim president Stanley O. Ikenberry, left, incoming president Michael J. Hogan, and U of I Board of Trustees Chairman, Christopher G. Kennedy, talk to members of the media after a news conference, at the University of Illinois at Chicago campus in Chicago where Hogan was announced the university's 18th president. Hogan will inherit a budget that's short $380 million in overdue state appropriations, money that may not be coming anytime soon. And the former University of Connecticut president will be asked to keep members of Illinois' General Assembly and others with clout away from university admissions. Hogan has his job because of a scandal last year over the influence of politics on admissions, which led to the resignation of then-President B. Joseph White
U of Illinois New President, Chicago, USA
U of Illinois New President, Chicago, USA
U of Illinois New President, Chicago, USA
U of Illinois New President, Chicago, USA
U of Illinois New President, Chicago, USA
U of Illinois New President, Chicago, USA
U of Illinois New President, Chicago, USA

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U of Illinois New President, Chicago, USA

Stanley O. Ikenberry, Michael J. Hogan, Christopher G. Kennedy University of Illinois interim president Stanley O. Ikenberry, left, incoming president Michael J. Hogan, and U of I Board of Trustees Chairman, Christopher G. Kennedy, talk to members of the media after a news conference, at the University of Illinois at Chicago campus in Chicago where Hogan was announced the university's 18th president. Hogan will inherit a budget that's short $380 million in overdue state appropriations, money that may not be coming anytime soon. And the former University of Connecticut president will be asked to keep members of Illinois' General Assembly and others with clout away from university admissions. Hogan has his job because of a scandal last year over the influence of politics on admissions, which led to the resignation of then-President B. Joseph White

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