Thursday, December 1, 2016

University of Wyoming leaders approve more budget cuts - Seth Klamann, Caspar Star Tribune

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees approved Friday another $10 million in budget cuts and adjustments, on top of $19.3 million in reductions already rolling into effect this fiscal year. The university will offer another incentive program for long-serving faculty members who wish to leave, spokesman Chad Baldwin said. It will also permanently eliminate a dozen vacant faculty and staff positions and cut about $6 million through allocations to units across campus, including academic affairs, the department of athletics and the division of the administration. The university also plans to lay off around 20 staff members in the next fiscal year, Baldwin said.

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