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New Oklahoma University president slashes executive jobs


NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — The new president of the University of Oklahoma announced Monday, his first day on the job, that he is laying off about one-third of the executives who report directly to him.

Restructuring will help keep tuition rates stable and work toward pay raises for faculty, OU President Jim Gallogly said in a news release.

The number of executives reporting to Gallogly drops from 25 to 17, according to the university. Some positions are being eliminated and others are being combined. Gallogly said the cuts will affect the main campus in Norman, the Tulsa campus and the Health...

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