“You remain our top priority,” Edwards told students via email. “We acknowledge that there have been disruptions in your classes. We will continue to identify where the disruptions have occurred and work quickly to avoid further interruptions to your educational experience.”
» RELATED: State employment board rules Wright State faculty strike can continue
The AAUP-WSU strike is in its ninth day. Union members have been picketing outside entrances to campus on Colonel Glenn Highway but have abandoned the picket lines today and Thursday due to extremely cold temperatures. The university is also closed through Thursday because of the weather.
Wright State’s board of trustees met in private about the strike for two and a half hours Tuesday night but took no action to end the labor dispute. No further board meetings are scheduled at this time, according to the WSU trustees website.
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