November 1, 2010

The Continuing Crisis

THE U OF I Board of Trustees, led by Christopher Kennedy (left), shown talking to Governor Patrick Quinn, finalized the budget for this fiscal year and launched the FY 2012 budget.

Editor’s Note:“The Continuing Crisis” is a section of APAC News which links to news pertinent to the State budget crisis as it affects the University and Academic professionals. These news outlets are not affiliated with or endorsed by APAC.

UNIVERSITY OF Illinois, faculty group at odds over claims on administrators' numbers, pay, says the downstate News-Gazette of Sept. 9. See here.

PRESIDENT HOGAN outlines leadership structure reconfiguration, possible reduction in administrators. See here and Sept. 29 UIC News story.

RESTRUCTURING NOT intended to make campuses all the same, President Hogan said in the News-Gazette of Oct. 19.

CONCERNS ABOUT reorganization plan. See Oct. 21 UIC News.  

THE U OF I Board of Trustees finalized the budget for this
fiscal year and launched the FY 2012 budget amid trepidation about the STATE’S PERFORMANCE in providing the University's appropriation. See Sept. 23 UIC News.

STATE COMPTROLLER Dan Hynes says Illinois budget deficit now may reach $15 billion: See here.

SOME AT U of I-Champaign disappointed with President Hogan's view of University situation. See Oct. 20 News-Gazette.

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