Chancellor Martin pushes for more JSNN funding

Chancellor Martin meets with Sen. Phil Berger, president pro tem of the N.C. Senate (to right of Martin), and Rep. Thom Tillis, speaker of the N.C. House (back to camera). With Martin are, left to right, civic leader and A&T alum Shirley Frye; Chancellor Linda Brady of UNCG; Pat Danahy, president of the Greensboro Partnership; and Ed Kitchen, vice president of the Bryan Foundation.

Chancellor Martin joined a delegation of some 60 business and academic leaders from Greensboro in a visit to the North Carolina General Assembly on Wednesday.  The group met with legislative leaders to advocate for the Greensboro Partnership’s top legislative priorities for the session.  Priority No. 1: Add $2 million to the annual budget of the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering.  That amount would bring the school to the full $6.9 million annual funding that was originally projected.

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