Positions Rank at Algoma University

Total result: 35

SALARY NAME Position
$199,000.08 paid in 2014 RICHARD MYERS President
Algoma University
$170,979.56 paid in 2014 KRISHNA KADIYALA Full Professor
Algoma University
$166,000.08 paid in 2014 SEAN DWYER Vice President Finance and Administration
Algoma University
$163,000.08 paid in 2014 DAVID SCHANTZ Vice President Academic and Research
Algoma University
$159,327.00 paid in 2014 WILLIAM OSEI Full Professor
Algoma University
$157,825.56 paid in 2014 ARTHUR PERLINI Academic Dean
Algoma University
$142,881.12 paid in 2014 NICOLA SHAW Associate Professor
Algoma University
$138,473.48 paid in 2014 PELHAM MATTHEWS Associate Professor
Algoma University
$137,109.00 paid in 2014 SHAOCHUN XU Associate Professor
Algoma University
$136,421.04 paid in 2014 CELIA ROSS Associate Professor
Algoma University
$129,547.90 paid in 2014 LINDA BURNETT Associate Professor
Algoma University
$128,114.04 paid in 2014 CHERYL REED-ELDER Associate Professor
Algoma University
$127,979.04 paid in 2014 DONALD JACKSON Associate Professor
Algoma University
$127,656.00 paid in 2014 WILLIAM NEWBIGGING Full Professor
Algoma University
$122,524.56 paid in 2014 KEN HERNDEN University Librarian
Algoma University
$122,151.96 paid in 2014 DAVID BRODBECK Associate Professor
Algoma University
$119,509.22 paid in 2014 JULIAN HERMIDA Assistant Professor
Algoma University
$116,534.25 paid in 2014 DANIEL REID Director of Information Technology Services
Algoma University
$115,922.08 paid in 2014 GAYLE BROAD Associate Professor
Algoma University
$114,499.56 paid in 2014 TOM O'FLANAGAN Associate Professor
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