- Associated Press - Thursday, October 30, 2014

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) - Marshall University will host a series of public forums to discuss the future of higher education funding in West Virginia.

Next month’s programs at three of the university’s campuses will give faculty, staff, students and residents an opportunity to learn about the impact of budget cuts and ask questions. Legislators and representatives from the governor’s office and the Higher Education Policy Commission have been invited to participate on the panels.

The forums are sponsored by the university president’s office and the Faculty Senate Legislative Affairs Committee.

Programs are set for Nov. 13 in Huntington, Nov. 18 in South Charleston and Nov. 20 in Point Pleasant.

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