This is a great opportunity for Wright State retirees to reconnect with old colleagues and maybe even make some new friends.
Board Chairman Doug Fecher admits the board has made mistakes. But he says the university is now on the right path.
The university estimates it will be able to add around $5.8 million to its reserve fund by the end of the fiscal year on June 30.
Before he arrived, Vice President Walt Branson said that it appears the university would project its enrollment to match whatever its goal was.
The audit report also found former provost Sundaram Narayanan and Ryan Fendley, former director of strategic initiatives, to be jointly liable for the $73,750.
Billy Donlon, who won 109 games in six seasons as head coach at Wright State from 2010-16, tapped by University of Missouri-Kansas City.
A letter was then sent to the governor's office from Faculty President Travis Doom to report the results of the vote on Monday.
“I think the Democrats were dancing on the grave of Donald Trump a little bit too early,” said Paul Leonard, a WSU political science professor and former mayor of Dayton.
Of the 440 faculty who weighed in, 87 percent voted they had no confidence in the board and 13 percent voted they had confidence.
From March 11 through the 22, every full-time faculty member at the university had a chance to cast a vote.