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School of Accountancy gets down to business with budget cuts

By Cory Ray, @coryray_DE

November 23, 2015

Accounting is counting on old and new professors to take over courses because of short-staffing and budget cuts.This year, the College of Business experienced a $350,000 budget cut, or 3.6 percent of its overall budget — the larg...

ASA reduces graduate assistantship funding, leaves staff positions vacant

By Cory Ray, @coryray_DE

November 2, 2015

The College of Applied Sciences and Arts is trimming its budget with cuts that have reduced available tenured professors and graduate assistantships. The college experienced a budget cut of more than $265,000 — nearly 2.4 percent of its overall bud...

College of Science handling budget cuts, struggling with state grants

By Cory Ray, @coryray_DE

October 26, 2015

While university budget cuts are being managed through periodic staff fillings, the tables are turning with a lack of state grants.The College of Science experienced a nearly $321,000 budget cut from from the university — 2.3 per...

Budget cuts threaten to send Devil’s Kitchen Literary Festival to purgatory

By Cory Ray |@coryray_DE |Daily Egyptian

October 20, 2015

The Devil's Kitchen Literary Festival may need an angel for support in upcoming years if its budget is scaled back any more.In the past two fiscal years, the budget for the festival's visiting writer's fund has been reduced by ...

Undergraduate research funds drop 30 percent

By Cory Ray, @coryray_DE

October 6, 2015

Research comes in many forms, and for the research department, finding ways to fund undergraduate assistants for spring semester may be its next project.The university undergraduate research budget is being trimmed by 30 perc...

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