LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — University of Kansas Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little says she's planning additional diversity, equity and inclusion efforts on campus. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Gray-Little announced the plans in an email to faculty and staff at the university marking the start of a new academic year. Last fall, student protests broke out on campus over what some have called a pattern of racial bias and discrimination at the university. In response, the university established an advisory group, which issued a report calling for a number of reforms. Gray-Little says that later this semester, the campus will learn about the next steps related to the group's report. Gray-Little also said a $10.7 million budget cut, which Governor Sam Brownback ordered, has forced "difficult choices." But Gray-Little offered no details in her message.