USM prepares for cuts, presents itself as an opportunity for recovery

The University System of Maryland and its institutions can be vehicles for investment in the state’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, Chancellor Jay A. Perman argued Friday as the system faces state budget cuts due to declining tax revenues. The system has also seen its own revenues decline by an estimated $223 million this spring ...

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