University Of Guelph Positions - Sunshine List 2022

Total result: 144

SALARY NAME Position
$216,930.12 paid in 2021 Diego Gomez Nieto Assistant Professor
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$207,714.57 paid in 2021 Nathalie Cote Assistant Professor
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$181,756.61 paid in 2021 Marie-Soleil Dubois Assistant Professor
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$177,583.29 paid in 2021 Howard Spring Assistant Professor
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$173,888.63 paid in 2021 Eveline Adomait Assistant Professor
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$171,753.84 paid in 2021 Melissa Maciver Assistant Professor
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$171,717.20 paid in 2021 Amy Lack Assistant Professor
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$170,362.16 paid in 2021 Shari Raheb Assistant Professor
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$168,652.35 paid in 2021 Monica Jensen Assistant Professor
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$168,221.42 paid in 2021 Susan Douglas Assistant Professor
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$167,590.34 paid in 2021 Paul Salmon Assistant Professor
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$165,177.17 paid in 2021 Roxanne Buck Assistant Professor
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$165,037.40 paid in 2021 Patrick Martin Assistant Professor
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$164,235.60 paid in 2021 Kathleen Rodenburg Assistant Professor
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$164,037.56 paid in 2021 Ali Dehghantanha Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair
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$163,823.33 paid in 2021 Xiu Ting Yiew Assistant Professor
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$162,839.65 paid in 2021 Karl Hennig Assistant Professor
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$161,055.12 paid in 2021 Ryan Appleby Assistant Professor
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$160,564.55 paid in 2021 Beverly Hayes Assistant Professor
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$158,580.98 paid in 2021 Linda Hunter Assistant Professor
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The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, makes Ontario's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to make public, by March 31 each year, the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

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