In her first week, Schrader plans to meet with members of the campus community, according to WSU.
During week two, Schrader plans to meet with leaders at partner universities and in her third week she will focus on getting to know “external community partners.”
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Schrader said that Wright State has “built up incredible momentum” despite the university’s recent financial and legal troubles. WSU faces investigations into possible H1-B visa misuse and slashed its budget by more than $30.8 million in June.
Schrader comes from the Missouri University of Science and Technology, where she served as the school’s chancellor since 2012. At WSU, she will receive an annual base pay of $425,000 and annual allowances for housing and driving expenses, according to her contract.