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UA President's Day on Juneau Campus

At a staff session in the Egan Lecture Hall, University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen answers questions on possible ramifications of a state cut to UA funding. April 11, 2016

At a staff session in the Egan Lecture Hall, University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen answers questions on possible ramifications of a state cut to UA funding. April 11, 2016

As part of his tour of UA campuses to address the budget crisis, UA President Jim Johnsen spent Monday, April 11 on the Juneau campus. His schedule included a morning meeting with the Chancellor’s Cabinet, lunch with the Campus Advisory Council, and afternoon meetings with students, staff and faculty. Johnsen discussed the evolving strategic pathways proposals and expressed confidence in the strength of the UA system despite proposed cuts of millions of dollars by the state legislature. Johnson acknowledged that jobs and programs will be lost, while programs “we do offer will be of high quality and high access.”

 
 

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