The president of the Louisiana State University System on Thursday warned that the budget may be cut by 23 percent next year when federal stimulus funds run out, WAFB News reported. Cuts of that magnitude could include the elimination of academic programs and layoffs of tenure-track and tenured faculty members, he said.
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