Ohio Higher Education officials will review the results a faculty no-confidence vote against Wright State’s Board of Trustees. On Monday, members of Wright State’s faculty approved the no-confidence action by a wide margin. The vote is an appeal for assistance by the faculty to the governor’s office.
More than half of Wright State’s faculty members weighed in, with 87 percent voting no confidence in the Board of Trustees.
No-confidence votes are largely symbolic, according to Sean McKinniss, a researcher who specializes in university governance.