Wednesday, August 31, 2016

KU announces cuts to public radio, geological survey and other programs; more cuts on the way - Peter Hancock, LJWorld

Kansas Public Radio and the Kansas Geological Survey are among the programs at the University of Kansas that will take significant budget cuts this year as the university tries to absorb a $7 million funding cut from the state that Gov. Sam Brownback ordered in May. Meanwhile, officials at the KU Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan., said they will face significant hardships this year as they try to absorb an additional $3.7 million cut in state funding for the medical school. The programs facing cuts on the Lawrence and Edwards campuses were part of a list of centralized targeted cuts totaling nearly $1.3 million that KU Provost Neeli Bendapudi announced Wednesday.

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