Santa Cruz del Islote 2018

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Just weeks after more than 100 positions at Western Kentucky University were eliminated to make up a $15 million budget deficit, the university is now making plans to cut an additional $16 million because of state budget cuts and pension cost increases.

In an email to WKU employees Monday, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the university will avoid across-the-board staffing cuts but is still finalizing details on how it will make up the shortfall.

“In this second round, we will rely upon the recommendations of deans and division heads to manage their respective reduction shares as we further decrease our budget by an additional $16 million,” Caboni wrote.

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Just weeks after more than 100 positions at Western Kentucky University were eliminated to make up a $15 million budget deficit, the university is now making plans to cut an additional $16 million because of state budget cuts and pension cost increases.

In an email to WKU employees Monday, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the university will avoid across-the-board staffing cuts but is still finalizing details on how it will make up the shortfall.

“In this second round, we will rely upon the recommendations of deans and division heads to manage their respective reduction shares as we further decrease our budget by an additional $16 million,” Caboni wrote.Just weeks after more than 100 positions at Western Kentucky University were eliminated to make up a $15 million budget deficit, the university is now making plans to cut an additional $16 million because of state budget cuts and pension cost increases.

In an email to WKU employees Monday, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the university will avoid across-the-board staffing cuts but is still finalizing details on how it will make up the shortfall.

“In this second round, we will rely upon the recommendations of deans and division heads to manage their respective reduction shares as we further decrease our budget by an additional $16 million,” Caboni wrote.Just weeks after more than 100 positions at Western Kentucky University were eliminated to make up a $15 million budget deficit, the university is now making plans to cut an additional $16 million because of state budget cuts and pension cost increases.

In an email to WKU employees Monday, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the university will avoid across-the-board staffing cuts but is still finalizing details on how it will make up the shortfall.

“In this second round, we will rely upon the recommendations of deans and division heads to manage their respective reduction shares as we further decrease our budget by an additional $16 million,” Caboni wrote.Just weeks after more than 100 positions at Western Kentucky University were eliminated to make up a $15 million budget deficit, the university is now making plans to cut an additional $16 million because of state budget cuts and pension cost increases.

In an email to WKU employees Monday, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the university will avoid across-the-board staffing cuts but is still finalizing details on how it will make up the shortfall.

In an email to WKU employees Monday, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the university will avoid across-the-board staffing cuts but is still finalizing details on how it will make up the shortfall.

“In this second round, we will rely upon the recommendations of deans and division heads to manage their respective reduction shares as we further decrease our budget by an additional $16 million,” Caboni wrote.Just weeks after more than 100 positions at Western Kentucky University were eliminated to make up a $15 million budget deficit, the university is now making plans to cut an additional $16 million because of state budget cuts

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“In this second round, we will rely upon the recommendations of deans and division heads to manage their respective reduction shares as we further decrease our budget by an additional $16 million,” Caboni wrote.Just weeks after more than 100 positions at Western Kentucky University were eliminated to make up a $15 million budget deficit, the university is now making plans to cut an additional $16 million because of state budget cuts and pension cost increases.

and pension cost increases.

In an email to WKU employees Monday, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the university will avoid across-the-board staffing cuts but is still finalizing details on how it will make up the shortfall.

“In this second round, we will rely upon the recommendations of deans and division heads to manage their respective reduction shares as we further decrease our budget by an additional $16 million,” Caboni wrote.Just weeks after more than 100 positions at Western Kentucky University were eliminated to make up a $15 million budget deficit, the university is now making plans to cut an additional $16 million because of state budget cuts and pension cost increases.

In an email to WKU employees Monday, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the university will avoid across-the-board staffing cuts but is still finalizing details on how it will make up the shortfall.

“In this second round, we will rely upon the recommendations of deans and division heads to manage their respective reduction shares as we further decrease our budget by an additional $16 million,” Caboni wrote.

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