LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University’s brass is frequently criticized for what seems, to an outside eye anyway, to be top heavy in administrative positions.
Last week’s news about how the university plans to eliminate the job of Chris Foster, husband of Purdue President France Cordova, isn’t going to do much to quiet the grumbling of the skeptics.
What a message that would have sent about cost-cutting measures on the West Lafayette campus if Foster’s position was lopped off a year ago, while Cordova still had some time left at Purdue.
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