Saturday, September 12, 2020

UNL eliminates 60 positions, will seek $6.9M in operational savings - Chris Dunker, Lincoln Journal Star

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln eliminated 60 positions and shifted 25 more from its state-aided budget as part of its effort to close a $38.2 million budget shortfall over the next three years. Chancellor Ronnie Green said the cuts, which he announced to faculty and staff Monday, were created by an existing budget gap, as well as the financial impact from the coronavirus pandemic.