OU must allow access to Budget Planning Council
With higher education funding falling throughout Ohio, the spotlight has been on students and professors, leaving one group in the shadows - staff.
Because its emergency notification system failed to inform students of a September tornado warning before a tornado touched down, Ohio University has begun searching for a company to take control.
Yesterday afternoon, Ohio University administrators released a proposal for faculty and staff buyouts in order to fill next year's budget hole.
Although Ohio was lucky enough to receive Race to the Top funding after a mistake in New Jersey's application, every school district in Athens County decided not to apply.
Iowa's state universities are reacting swiftly and comprehensively to the sadly predictable news of the state's revenue shortfall. When Iowans are making less and shopping less, the revenue derived from income, sales and other tax streams goes down as well.