Thanks, but no thanks.  That’s apparently what Governor Jennifer Granholm is saying to the idea of becoming the president of Wayne State University when her term is over. 

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WSU Board member Debbie Dingell said Friday that Granholm has said she’s not interested in the job.  Granholm has been listed as a possible replacement for Jay Noren, who’s retiring to be closer to his wife, who lives in Illinois.

The board still has to set up a search committee to look for a successor.

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Rumors were flying Friday morning, after Wayne State University Board of Governors Chair Richard Bernstein had told the Detroit Free Press Granholm would make a “fabulous choice.”

Former Michigan Congressman David Bonior also has been mentioned as a possible candidate.

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