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Budget Matters, Episode 3: Recent Construction and IUP’s Budgets

Budget Matters, Episode 3: Recent Construction and IUP’s Budgets

In this episode, released November 3, 2010, President Werner discusses: 1) Why, despite our dire economic straits, we have done so much recent construction and why we continue to plan for the construction of new facilities. 2) The various budgets that fund IUP, where their funds come from, and what they may be used for. 3) How student services that are located in the new suites (such as the Center for Health and Well-Being) use their funding sources to rent space in the residence halls. 4:54, 32.5 MB

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Budget Matters is a periodic, web video series in which David Werner, interim president of IUP, addresses topics relating to the budget and budget planning.

In this episode, released November 3, 2010, President Werner discusses

  • Why, despite our dire economic straits, we have done so much recent construction and why we continue to plan for the construction of new facilities.

  • The various budgets that fund IUP, where their funds come from, and what they may be used for.

  • How student services that are located in the new suites (such as the Center for Health and Well-Being) use their funding sources to rent space in the residence halls.

Hosting the program is Mary Ann Rafoth, dean of the College of Education and Educational Technology.

4 minutes, 54 seconds

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Posted on 11/2/2010 2:35:32 PM

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