AAUP-WSU is asking Gov. Mike DeWine and Chancellor Randy Gardner to help broker an agreement between the school’s administration and faculty union.
The people in charge advocating for these tactics are pretty much ensuring that their institution will be significantly and irrevocably harmed.
"My biggest fear was a divide in the student population, and that is very, very prevalent, and people are attacking each other on social media."
Chronicle: As faculty strike wears on, Wright State seeks ‘long term’ adjuncts in more than 80 fields
Seth Bauguess said he could not give a number, or even a range, of how many adjuncts the university needed to hire.
Cleveland.com: University of Akron, Kent State professors picket to support Wright State faculty strike
Wright State University posted a wide-ranging list of adjunct faculty jobs on an higher education website on Monday.
Close to 90 WSU adjunct teaching job openings have been posted online.
"We offered the WSU administration/Board $8 million in concessions; they turned down that offer."
“This is not the way that you want to make history in Ohio,” said Randy Gardner, chancellor of the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
Former Wright State Professor Mary Beth Pringle says all eyes are on the Miami Valley as the faculty union strike wears on.
ATIC drew the attention of auditors of Wright State in 2017. The center became a division of the Wright State Applied Research Corp. in 2016.