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Voluntary separation program offered to faculty who meet certain criteria

Editor’s note: Learn about the program at two information sessions:

  • Today, March 9 at 4 p.m., Eagle Student Services Center, Room 255
  • Friday, March 11 at 2 p.m., Eagle Student Services Center,  Room 255

The program also will be presented to the Faculty Senate at 2 p.m. today, March 9, in Wooten Hall, Room 322.

  • Questions? Contact Donna Asher, assistant vice president for academic affairs, at 940-565-2550 or facultyvsp@unt.edu

March 8, 2011

Dear UNT faculty and staff members,

Provost Warren BurggrenToday, Provost Warren Burggren, right, sent a letter to all faculty members informing them about a limited voluntary separation program the Division of Academic Affairs is offering to faculty who meet certain criteria.

This program is being offered on a limited basis for a short time and Academic Affairs doesn’t know what level of interest or participation the offer may generate. Faculty who request to participate in the program will be considered on a first come, first serve basis.

The program is designed to free up resources within Academic Affairs so that they may be reinvested in support of UNT’s commitment to grow as a research university and to become the best undergraduate university in Texas. As you know, we are faced with an uncertain budget at a time we are planning our growth both in size and excellence in research, scholarship and creative activities.

These uncertainties will not change our path. They may slow us down but they also provide us with the opportunity to review our business practices. This program may provide us with the ability to move closer to our desired goals.RAwlins

UNT’s faculty and staff members are its most valuable resource, and as a growing university committed to providing the highest level of education, we need to make sure we preserve, protect, and thoughtfully invest our resources.

I appreciate everything each of you does to help UNT students achieve their goals and to advance our university.

Sincerely,

V. Lane Rawlins

President

Posted on: Tue 08 March 2011

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