Thursday, June 25, 2015

Budget cuts prompt layoffs at Johns Hopkins University - Edward Ericson Jr., City Paper

Citing lower income from federal grants, Johns Hopkins University quietly laid off 41 administrative staff late last week, according to an item on The Hub, a Hopkins news website. Another 13 staff members were told that their jobs would be reorganized, and the university announced that it would not fill 51 open positions. "Growth has slowed in the university's largest source of revenue—federal research funding—while other costs, such as compliance with federal regulations, have increased," Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert C. Lieberman, Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Daniel G. Ennis, and Vice President for Human Resources Charlene Moore Hayes said in an email message sent today to employees within University Administration, which is quoted in The Hub.,0,2981105.story

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