The idea is to cut back the hours for certain positions to a percentage. There are currently no plans to cut positions or furlough employees, the president said.
The new trustees’ appointment is effective July 1.
"They need to provide the safest, healthiest conditions for students, faculty, staff and the public,” said Randy Gardner, Ohio’s chancellor of higher education.
Wright State will issue mass emergency financial grants totaling approximately $4.8 million to more than 5,700 students who attended in the spring 2020 semester.
The event attracted 150 alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends who contributed $3,733 to the Katie Deedrick Student Support Fund.
Of the 1,000 masks donated, 250 were earmarked for international students, UCIE staff and study abroad advisees.
All Ohio public colleges and universities will see a 3.8% cut in state funding — a total of $110 million — as Gov. Mike DeWine looks to balance the state budget.
The department has moved to convert its Resident Psychotherapy Clinic entirely from in-person, face-to-face appointments, to be exclusively virtual.
"I have enough confidence in our staff and how lean and mean we are and that mentality of punching above our weight class, so we’re going to do it,” said Grant.
"No one will be more fresh to the task of restarting our measure of normalcy than you — you chosen ones.”