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News3 talks with UW Chancellor Rebecca Blank

By Michelle Li, mli@wisctv.com
Published On: Aug 20 2013 08:58:29 PM CDT
Updated On: Aug 20 2013 08:58:42 PM CDT
Rebecca Blank

Rebecca Blank

MADISON, Wis. -

As Rebecca Blank takes the helm as the chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison there’s a transition time needed.

News3’s Michelle Li sat down with Blank Tuesday afternoon and talked about working with the Legislature and Gov. Scott Walker.

Blank also answered questions about giving faculty more money, making college accessible to Wisconsin students and even asking her if she will Jump Around come football season.

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