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KEARNEY – University of Nebraska at Kearney Chancellor Doug Kristensen today outlined proposed budget cuts that exceed .4 million, and affect 38 positions across nearly every campus unit. Men’s baseball, golf and tennis will be eliminated. Position eliminations comprise 16 faculty, 2.5 administrative, and 16.5 staff positions. Three affected staff positions will shift to the University of Nebraska system as part of the budget response team process. “The magnitude of … [Read more...] about UNK announces unprecedented budget cuts to meet $3.4 million budget gap
KEARNEY – Facing a .4 million budget gap, University of Nebraska at Kearney Chancellor Doug Kristensen today announced unprecedented campus reductions that include eliminating Loper baseball, men’s tennis and men’s golf programs. The athletics news was discussed today at a campuswide budget forum that also includes personnel and operational reductions in UNK administration and support staff (7,000), faculty (.52 million), and business and facilities personnel (9,475). The … [Read more...] about UNK baseball, men’s golf, men’s tennis to be eliminated in budget-reduction plan
“The way I play baseball and create art is with passion. I wear my heart on my sleeve, in both baseball and art. Art to me is when someone creates something with so much passion you can see it in the blood and sweat that went into their achievements. “To find a baseball player who loves art is unusual, I guess. When asked how my teammates react to me being an artist, each one of them is an artist in their own way, and that is how they see me. I’m always trying to be … [Read more...] about My Loper Life: Billy Hayes works toward perfection in art, baseball