By Lenita Powers • firstname.lastname@example.org • June 5, 2010
For the first time, tenured faculty at Nevada's public colleges and universities could have their pay cut by up to 6 percent if the Legislature decides to cut the pay of state employees, the Board of Regents decided Friday.
Meeting in Reno, the regents voted unanimously to change the board's code to allow it to reduce the pay of professional employees, including tenured faculty, without having to declare a financial emergency.
The change provides the board with another option to deal with future state budget cuts.
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