Positions Rank at Algoma University

Total result: 27

SALARY NAME Position
$163,456.15 paid in 2018 Pelham Matthews Associate Professor, Business/Economics
Algoma University
$143,736.17 paid in 2018 Linda Burnett Associate Professor, English
Algoma University
$140,404.61 paid in 2018 Edward Turgeon Associate Professor, Music
Algoma University
$140,017.39 paid in 2018 Julian Hermida Associate Professor, Political Science/Law and Justice
Algoma University
$136,748.04 paid in 2018 David Brodbeck Associate Professor, Psychology
Algoma University
$136,222.49 paid in 2018 Pedro Antunes Associate Professor, Biology
Algoma University
$135,755.80 paid in 2018 Celia Ross Associate Professor, Modern Languages
Algoma University
$135,123.97 paid in 2018 Jean-Marc Belanger Associate Professor, Social Work
Algoma University
$131,436.17 paid in 2018 Tom O'Flanagan Associate Professor, Fine Arts
Algoma University
$129,140.11 paid in 2018 Istvan Imre Associate Professor, Biology
Algoma University
$128,329.21 paid in 2018 Robert Rutherdale Associate Professor, History
Algoma University
$127,209.00 paid in 2018 Yi Feng Associate Professor, Computer Science/Math
Algoma University
$126,053.26 paid in 2018 David Galotta Associate Professor, Business/Economics
Algoma University
$123,035.08 paid in 2018 Warren Johnston Associate Professor, History
Algoma University
$120,832.87 paid in 2018 Henry Hornstein Associate Professor, Business/Economics
Algoma University
$119,390.11 paid in 2018 Cathy Denomme Associate Professor, Business/Economics
Algoma University
$118,946.81 paid in 2018 Sheila Gruner Associate Professor, Community Economic and Social Development
Algoma University
$114,567.99 paid in 2018 Noni Boyle Associate Professor, Fine Arts
Algoma University
$111,498.74 paid in 2018 Barbara Waterfall Associate Professor, Social Work
Algoma University
$107,812.31 paid in 2018 Nairne Cameron Associate Professor, Geography
Algoma University
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