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David Lassner steps into the role of president

A top priority for David Lassner will be expanding UH’s revenue sources in an effort to keep tuition affordable and programs high-quality amid dwindling public funding.

By Nanea Kalani

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 05, 2014

~~<p>The university's longtime information technology chief says he's open to the possibility of dialing back scheduled tuition increases, but recognizes that many of the goals laid out in an agenda set by the Board of Regents come with a hefty price tag.</p>
<p>One of the most expensive will be an effort to eliminate a massive repair backlog that has swelled to nearly $500 million.</p>
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The university's longtime information technology chief says he's open to the possibility of dialing back scheduled tuition increases, but recognizes that many of the goals laid out in an agenda set by the Board of Regents come with a hefty price tag.

One of the most expensive will be an effort to eliminate a massive repair backlog that has swelled to nearly $500 million. Login for more...



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