Sunday, November 27, 2016

Budget deficit may delay faculty raise - Katie Gagliano, Daily Reveille

Hopes for a mid-year faculty pay raise may be dimming as Louisiana’s Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne prepares to address the state’s remaining $315 million budget shortfall Friday. The raise would bring a much-needed boost to faculty morale, LSU Faculty Senate President Kevin Cope said. Many faculty members feel betrayed that faculty compensation hasn’t kept pace with peer institutions, and a raise would show faculty the University is moving in the right direction, Cope said. LSU President F. King Alexander said a faculty raise is a high priority for University administration. Despite this, nothing is imminent until the budget situation is resolved, LSU Media Relations Director Ernie Ballard said. http://www.lsunow.com/daily/budget-deficit-may-delay-faculty-raise/article_97a09068-aba4-11e6-be0d-877f9d22aafb.html

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