If that’s not corruption, then I don’t know what is:
Chancellor Carlo Montemagno’s daughter and son-in-law were hired for university jobs created for them, that they never formally applied for and that were never advertised, documents show.
While the chancellor proposes campus-wide cuts, his daughter, Melissa Germain, and her husband, Jeffrey Germain, began working in newly created positions.
By the way, this Chancellor is the fellow who is planning to hire unpaid professors. Cute, eh?