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Monday, April 13, 2009

AAUP Releases Annual Faculty Salaries Report

Here are the Top 10 full professor salaries:

All Universities

  1. Harvard:  $192,600
  2. Stanford:  $181,900
  3. Princeton:  $180,300
  4. Chicago:  $179,500
  5. Columbia:  $175,200
  6. Yale:  $174,700
  7. California Institute of Technology:  $172,500
  8. NYU:  $170,700
  9. Pennsylvania:  $169,400
  10. Yeshiva:  $168,300

Public Universities:

  1. UCLA:  $144,500
  2. UC-Berkeley:  $143,500
  3. North Carolina:  $142,700
  4. Michigan:  $142,100
  5. Maryland:  $141,200
  6. New Jersey Institute of Technology:  $141,200
  7. Georgia Institute of Technology:  $139,800
  8. Rutgers-Newark:  $139,000
  9. Rutgers-New Brunswick:  $137,500
  10. Rutgers-Camden:  $136,000

Liberal Arts Colleges:

  1. Wellesley:  $145,500
  2. Barnard:  $135,700
  3. Pomona:  $135,300
  4. Amherst:  $135,200
  5. Williams:  $132,700
  6. Claremont McKenna:  $131,100
  7. Harvey Mudd:  $130,800
  8. Wesleyan:  $130,300
  9. Smith:  $129,600
  10. Swarthmore:  $129,600

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