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Thu August 15, 2013
U of I Outlines Master Plan
Administrators at the University of Illinois hope to hire 500 new faculty members in the next five to seven years, while spending $70 million to renovate classrooms.
That's according to the school's three-year master plan that was released Wednesday.
The (Champaign) News-Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/13nitLI ) the plan was created following nearly two years of planning.
The school also wants to increase scholarships and revise general education requirements to encourage students to take more classes in different academic departments.
Administrators say they also want to invest $70 million to equip classrooms with ``the latest modes of teaching.''
Officials say they still need to pay for the proposals. Spokeswoman Robin Kaler says money has been set aside for some projects.