Wednesday, March 29, 2017

WSU president resigns, citing ongoing budget issues - Max Filby, Dayton Daily News

The latest casualty of Wright State University’s financial problems is its own president as David Hopkins resigned Friday, three and a half months before he planned to retire. An ongoing budget crisis and transitioning in the next president were two of the reasons Hopkins abruptly resigned Friday, he said in an email to faculty staff and students. “We have a substantial undertaking to bring our budget into alignment with our revenues,” Hopkins wrote in the email. “Our Board of Trustees is very involved in making these difficult decisions.”

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