Audit: Financial mismanagement is costing UNM lots of money

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A special audit of the University of New Mexico’s athletics department and affiliated fundraising operations found the school has received $256,000 less than it should have from its athletics marketing contractor. State Auditor Tim Keller tells the Albuquerque Journal that the problems will continue unless UNM designates a full-time financial officer […]
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