The AAUP claims that WSU is second highest in the state for the percentage of its payroll that goes to administrators
Those taking part in the program represent nearly one-third of WSU’s retirement-eligible employees. This includes 94 staff members, 40 faculty and 20 vice presidents, deans and directors.
David Garrison taught Spanish and Portuguese at Wright State from 1979-2009 and chaired the Department of Modern Languages from 1999-2007
WSU retiree Gail Whitaker’s daughter Katie had heart problems at age 32
Virginia Kettering arranged for Dr. DeWall to come to Dayton to start the Open Heart Surgery program at Kettering Memorial Hospital, as well as to serve as Chief of Surgery at the Cox Heart Institute.
Retirees Donna Shlagheck and Jim Sayer are popular presenters at the Alumni Association's Alumni College.
You are invited to attend a "Celebration of the Life of Lewis Shupe.” This memorial will take place in the Nutter Center’s Berry Room, on Wednesday, August 31, 2016, from 4 - 6:30 pm. A few selected speakers will begin around 4:30, and others in attendance are free to share their recollections of Lew.
Wright State University retiree donations in fiscal year 2015 have set an all time high in the number of donations, the amount of donations, and the average donation. The past year (2015) has been the most successful in the past fifteen years, with 200 individual retirees donating over a quarter million dollars ($256,000)—an average gift of $1,281.
Report from the Ohio Council of Higher Education Retirees Meeting of March 22, 2016
Contributions are up more than $60,00 over last year