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Faculty Question How University Will Avoid Future Cuts

At Monday’s WVU Faculty Senate meeting, Provost Maryanne Reed announced a significant number of faculty — 74 — have voluntarily retired or resigned from the university.

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Gee Responds To Questions At Faculty Senate Meeting

West Virginia University faculty and students had a lot of questions for the university president about looming cuts to programs during Monday’s Faculty Senate meeting.

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WVU Faculty Vote No Confidence In Gee, Freeze Academic Transformation Process

Hundreds of faculty members met to vote on the resolution of no confidence in President Gordon Gee, as well as a resolution to freeze the academic transformation process that has led to proposals to cut dozens of degrees and hundreds of faculty positions from the Morgantown campus.

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President Gee Faces Vote Of No Confidence Next Week

The University Assembly will meet Sept. 6 at noon to vote on resolutions of no confidence in West Virginia University President Gordon Gee’s leadership, as well as to halt the academic transformation process.

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