Wednesday, October 26, 2016

UNM regents will consider $450K budget cut - Chris Quintana, ABQ Journal

To reduce costs, the University of New Mexico’s Board of Regents will consider an administrative shuffle that would cut three high-level vacant positions as well as reduce the pay of three administrators. The expected savings would total about $450,000, according to a report presented to a regents committee earlier this week. The three pay cuts and all but one eliminated position are on the Health Sciences Center side, though the proposal also calls for some shuffling of main campus positions.

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