Positions Rank at Ryerson University

Total result: 1,022

SALARY NAME Position
$223,659.96 paid in 2014 IMOGEN COE Dean, Faculty of Science
Ryerson University
$223,612.42 paid in 2014 IRA LEVINE Chair
Ryerson University
$223,434.81 paid in 2014 JANICE WINTON Vice President, Administration and Finance
Ryerson University
$222,543.85 paid in 2014 MICHAEL KOLIOS Associate Dean
Ryerson University
$221,450.04 paid in 2014 CHRISTINA SASS-KORTSAK Assistant Vice President, Human Resources
Ryerson University
$220,887.38 paid in 2014 GERHARD HAUCK Dean, Faculty of Communications and Design
Ryerson University
$220,085.04 paid in 2014 VALERIE FOX Executive Director, Digital Media Zone
Ryerson University
$218,446.47 paid in 2014 D. SCOTT ANDERSON Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$218,304.96 paid in 2014 BHARAT SHAH Professor
Ryerson University
$216,737.42 paid in 2014 ABDELAZIZ GUERGACHI Professor
Ryerson University
$213,664.64 paid in 2014 ASHER ALKOBY Associate Dean
Ryerson University
$212,304.15 paid in 2014 MEHRAB MEHRVAR Professor
Ryerson University
$212,065.62 paid in 2014 CLARE CHUA-CHOW Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$210,884.40 paid in 2014 JOHN LOVE Director, Finance Ted Rogers School of Management
Ryerson University
$209,894.33 paid in 2014 ERIN MCGINN Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Ryerson University
$208,706.97 paid in 2014 RAYMOND MOSS Professor
Ryerson University
$208,649.10 paid in 2014 KEN GRANT Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$207,327.18 paid in 2014 LIPING FANG Associate Dean
Ryerson University
$206,974.14 paid in 2014 DIANE PIRNER Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$206,590.88 paid in 2014 JOHN ENRIGHT Associate Professor
Ryerson University
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