The University of Nevada Board of Regents has approved a series of controversial cuts at the University of Nevada at Reno, in many cases over faculty objections, The Reno Gazette-Journal reported. Citing state budget cuts, the board voted to eliminate academic programs in animal biotechnology, agricultural economics, environmental economics, German studies and interior design, among others.
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