University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank says she will miss the Memorial Union Terrace, Badgers game days and Bucky.

What she won’t miss, she told reporters Wednesday, are the hurdles in leading “one of the more constrained and regulated universities in the country.”

In a final media briefing, Blank, who is leaving UW-Madison to become president of Northwestern University this summer, outlined her achievements throughout her nine years as chancellor. She also spoke of the challenges ahead, including in terms of campus climate, and offered advice to her successor, which the Board of Regents is expected to select this month.

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