Sunday, September 25, 2016

More than 150 take voluntary retirement from Wright State - Josh Sweigart, Dayton Daily News

More than 150 Wright State faculty and staff have taken a voluntary retirement incentive since it was offered this summer that is part of the university’s plan to balance its budget. 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. University spokesman Seth Bauguess on Thursday called the effort a success. Meanwhile, Wright State’s research arm is shedding workers and the faculty union is warning against teaching cuts. Wright State’s plans call for cutting $27.7 million from its budget over two years. Additionally, it plans to use $18.9 million from reserves.

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