Jerome Yaklic, M.D., will present the seminar, “Is Your Bladder Out of Control?”
The Raiders (39-15) will play the top-seeded Cardinal (44-10) at 10 p.m., Friday, on ESPN2.
President Schrader praised the university for cutting an estimated $50 million in expenses since last year.
"The turnaround is the result of hard work, difficult decisions, and sacrifices by everyone in the Wright State family."
Associate Provost Steven Berberich will leave Wright State on July 2.
A projected $12.65 million decline in revenue is the main reason WSU will enter the next fiscal year still on shaky financial ground.
Guest column by Wright State University President Cheryl B. Schrader
Live & Learn Workshops are designed to stimulate discussions and develop new skills.
The summer revenue dip is just the latest development in Wright State’s ongoing budget crisis.
CITAR director Robert Carlson: “Everything I hear is that it’s not getting better — it’s getting worse.”