Wright State’s next president, Cheryl Schrader, starts her new job in July.

New Wright State president faces criticism over changes at Missouri

Wright State University’s incoming president is credited with growing and improving the Missouri University of Science and Technology.

She boosted enrollment, increased revenue and tackled budget issues at Missouri S&T.

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But, her successes there spurred some backlash, including an effort by some faculty members to hold a vote of no confidence against her.

Schrader acknowledged the turmoil in an exclusive interview with the Dayton Daily News and said it was a response to some of the changes she made at the Rolla, Missouri-based school.

For the full story about how Schrader handled issues in Missouri, click HERE .

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