Acanemia is described as an irreverent appraisal of America’s higher education players—governors, regents, trustees, administrators, faculty, and students.
“It’s an attack on faculty,” said John McNay, president of the Ohio chapter of the American Association of University Professors and a history professor at the University of Cincinnati
Wright State is projected to have overspent by more than $120 million over the past six years, spending down most of its reserve funds.
The Big Lens Film Festival usually sells out, and seating is general admission.
Wright State has to trim $25 million from its upcoming budget while also boosting the school’s reserve fund by $5 million.
STRS Board votes to eliminate future cost-of-living increases to preserve fiscal integrity of system
Current benefit recipients’ base benefit and past cost-of-living increases will not be affected by this change.
Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger a year ago warned legislators to exercise caution in dealing with Wright State
Ohio pension systems are required to be able to pay off their unfunded liabilities within a 30-year window.
The leadership changes come as the school is dealing with a financial crisis that requires the administration to cut $25 million from next year’s budget to balance the books.
WSU Trustee Doug Fecher said WSRI suffered from a culture that coveted winning research contracts at any cost and lacked controls and transparency. Only a handful of people knew the full scope of WSRI operations and trustees weren’t in the loop until they were briefed on the Plante Moran audit in 2015.