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The Los Alamos National Laboratory Integrated Stewardship made some decisions regarding its student hiring process, according to the lab’s internal website this week.
The LISC, which is trying to make financial decisions in order to achieve $200 million in savings across the lab, announced it would not be mandating specific cuts to the number of students or require a specific cost reduction to student programs.
“The PADs (Principal Associate Directors) and their ADs (Associate Directors) will manage student numbers and costs for their organizations in accordance with this decision,” the website said. “As such, PADs and their line managers will make the determination of how many and which students they will be hiring or inviting to return.”
The LISC also announced that the standards have been raised for students, who are interested in working at the lab. The lab is requiring slightly higher grade-point average requirements.
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