Highlands University’s Board of Regents aimed to have a new contract with faculty by the summer, but it’s taking longer than expected, an official said this week.
Javier Gonzales, chairman of the regents, said the board had wanted President James Fries to conclude negotiations with the faculty union by the summer. In fact, that goal was included in Fries’ contract when he was hired near the beginning of the year, Gonzales said.
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