Officials are now saying the state is expected to take in $1.2 billion less in tax revenue than projected between now and June 2013, according to The Seattle Times. (Read the article.) Gov. Chris Gregoire said that would mean a loss of $385 million for the current biennium. She added in a prepared statement that “the… Read More
In a joint memo, outgoing President Mark Emmert and incoming Interim President Phyllis Wise briefed students, faculty and staff about the worsening condition of the state’s budget. Read their memo, which was posted to the president’s blog.
The economic, employment and government revenue impact of operations and research at the University of Washington is measured in a new report prepared by Tripp Umbach, a nationally recognized consulting firm. Among the key findings: $9.1 billion in total economic impact is generated by the UW in the state of Washington, and every $1 that… Read More
In the June edition of Columns magazine, President Mark Emmert wrote: “The UW is a vitally important economic engine for the state of Washington and plays a crucial role in keeping our region competitive in the global economy. Yet many Washingtonians don’t realize the full extent of the impact our University has on their own… Read More