Why not supplement faculty salaries with private money?

Dick Seaton

By Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:
It seems the time has come when faculty salaries at K-State should be supplemented by private money. After all, the major Regents’ administrators received hefty salaries this year, all funded from the private sector. Since the state supplies only about 25 percent of the university’s funding, it makes sense to find other sources to bring our faculty into line with their counterparts at peer institutions.

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