Dr. Andrew Agwunobi, chief executive officer of UConn Health and interim president of UConn, announced that he is resigning his position in an email to the UConn community earlier this morning. “I am sad to
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The University of Connecticut and UConn Health are pushing for legislation that would require the state of Connecticut to cover roughly $100 million in unfunded pension and retiree healthcare costs the institutions normally have to
The University of Connecticut and UConn Health Center is asking the state of Connecticut for a combined $102.7 million to help mitigate their losses stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to figures presented to the
A provision in the contract between UConn Health and the University Health Professionals bargaining unit allows UConn Health to raise employee salaries or issue bonuses in order to “meet competition or market demands at any
UConn Health Center is facing $114 million loss in revenue after the coronavirus pandemic emptied beds and ended a large number of medical procedures, according to the budget presentation given to the UConn Board of
**Meghan Portfolio contributed to this article** States and state universities from Hawaii and California to Maine are proposing employee pay cuts, pay freezes and furloughs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has wrecked havoc
When given the choice between Connecticut's failing pension system and the state's defined contribution plan, Robert Guynn took the road less traveled -- and he's doing fine.
UConn Health Center Chief Executive Officer Andrew Agwunobi approved salary increases for UConn employees who approved a $563,000 contract with a consulting company Agwunobi worked for, according to state auditors.
Carrying signs that read "Support UConn" and “Respect Collective Bargaining,” approximately 300 University of Connecticut staff and students rallied outside the Legislative Office Building to protest proposed cuts to the university included in the bipartisan
In 2014, the Department of Correction spent $85.5 million in caring for the mental and physical health needs of Connecticut’s inmates under the terms of an agreement between the prison system and UConn Health Center's