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A month of intense public and on-campus pressure did not dissuade the Board of Governors from siding with the administration to slash programs and positions.
At a raucous public comment session Thursday, the WVU Board of Governors heard final pleas to reject university administrators’ proposed cuts. But state politicians and university leaders aren’t expected to heed the protests.
Men have historically made more than women in academe—and for full professors, the gap has widened in recent years. The issue has spawned litigation at a Seven Sisters institution.