Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Forty jobs cut, offices merged in first round of budget cuts - Sera Royal, GW Hatchet

Officials cut about 40 staff positions as part of the University’s most recent round of budget cuts. GW’s libraries, technology, student affairs, safety and security and treasurer’s offices were all either reorganized or saw jobs eliminated, according to a University release. These were the first changes to come out of budget cuts to the University’s central administration, which University President Steven Knapp said in January would trim budgets 3 to 5 percent each year for the next five years. Some of the roughly 40 eliminated positions included jobs that were already vacant or became vacant when staffers retired, according to the release. http://blogs.gwhatchet.com/newsroom/2016/05/26/forty-jobs-cut-offices-merged-in-first-round-of-budget-cuts/

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