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Salaries Of Florida College Presidents Under Scrutiny

Some Florida college presidents are better compensated than their peers at Florida’s 12 state universities. But so far, only the colleges have the attention of Gov. Rick Scott. The Governor’s Office issued a report yesterday showing the wide range of salaries among Florida college presidents. Scott requested the review last October after Florida State College in […]

Feedback Loop: Responding To Critics About Professor Pay

Earlier this week we reported on professor salary data compiled by the Chronicle of Higher Education. That data showed that a pair of University of South Florida branch campuses pay higher average salaries than the main Tampa campus. The data also showed that the University of Miami reported the highest average professor pay in the […]

University of Miami Reports Highest Florida Professor Pay

The University of Miami has the highest-paid professors among Florida’s universities and colleges, according to data complied by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Hurricane instructors are paid an average of $140,800 for the 2011-2012 school year. More interesting is the number two school on the list: The University of South Florida Polytechnic. Professors at the […]

Gov. Scott Posts Florida Higher Education Salary Database Online

Gov. Rick Scott added higher education salaries to a website he set up to detail contracts, employee pay and other state spending. Check out the payroll for Florida’s 11 public universities here. The data was already posted online, which has university professionals wondering if Scott is trying to turn public opinion against academia. The Sarasota […]

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