Former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater chancellor retires
WHITEWATER, Wis. — A former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater chancellor has retired this month.
According to the Whitewater Banner, Beverly Kopper’s official retirement went into effect Jan. 5.
Report said Kopper resigned from her position in December 2018 after over three years of service. Her resignation followed an investigation into allegations of her husband sexually harassing students and employees.
Rather than return to a full teaching schedule, Kopper was reported to be on paid leave following her resignation.
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