No raises for university presidents

The presidents of Iowa's public universities are forgoing raises for the second straight year. The presidents of Iowa State, the University of Iowa and the University of Northern Iowa mutually agreed with Iowa Board of Regents leadership to keep their salaries level in light of funding cuts in the last legislative session. A Regents spokesperson says the lack of pay increases is a reflection of the state's budget shortfalls, not the performance of the school presidents.


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