Wednesday, November 2, 2016

UMD plans to cut significant amount of staff members for budget purposes - Danielle Taylor, Northland News

The University of Minnesota Duluth plans to cut nearly 40 campus staff, in an effort to adjust its annual budget deficit. The layoffs will help the college cut $2 million in expenses. All of the positions being eliminated are non-tenured faculty positions. With these latest cuts, campus officials say there will only be a $1.3 million annual deficient, down from $9 million dollars a few years ago. he cuts will affect three colleges: The School of Fine Arts, the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Education and Human Services. Officials say students will be minimally impacted.

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