MOSCOW, Idaho. - Public records show the University of Idaho is paying a Minnesota consultant who spends less than two weeks a month on the Moscow campus $112,500 to serve as its "chief inspiration officer."
The Moscow-Pullman Daily News reports the university signed a contract with Magaly Rodriguez last year, paying her $12,500 a month as part of a nine-month contract that expires in June.
Schools officials say the workshops conducted by Rodriguez have helped save programs, but some faculty are criticizing the contract that was signed during the same budget year the school was forced to cut about $3.8 million
Thursday, June 4, 2009
University cuts $3.8 million from budget, but still keeps paying their "inspiration officer" $12,000 a month
Here is a great example of idiotic liberal logic. University cuts $3.8 million from budget, but still keeps paying their "inspiration officer" who gets paid $12,500. No, not per year. That's per month. From khq.com via Fark.