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.
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.
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