Positions Rank at Ryerson University

Total result: 1,022

SALARY NAME Position
$370,475.04 paid in 2014 SHELDON LEVY President
Ryerson University
$366,223.54 paid in 2014 WENDY CUKIER Vice President, Research and Innovation
Ryerson University
$349,999.96 paid in 2014 MOHAMED LACHEMI Provost and Vice President Academic
Ryerson University
$338,766.60 paid in 2014 ADAM KAHAN Vice President, University Advancement
Ryerson University
$306,589.72 paid in 2014 JULIA HANIGSBERG Vice President, Administration and Finance
Ryerson University
$287,498.79 paid in 2014 ELISABETH STROBACK Executive Lead, Capital Projects and Real Estate
Ryerson University
$255,506.08 paid in 2014 USHA GEORGE Dean, Faculty of Community Services
Ryerson University
$250,408.89 paid in 2014 JOHN ISBISTER Vice Provost, Faculty Affairs
Ryerson University
$250,349.99 paid in 2014 JULIA SHIN DOI General Counsel and Secretary to Board of Governors
Ryerson University
$244,759.96 paid in 2014 STEVEN MURPHY Dean, Ted Rogers School of Business Management
Ryerson University
$241,619.81 paid in 2014 ALEXANDER FERWORN Professor
Ryerson University
$240,000.00 paid in 2014 CHRIS BENTLEY Executive Director of the Law Practice Program
Ryerson University
$233,581.95 paid in 2014 J. PAUL BOUDREAU Dean, Faculty of Arts
Ryerson University
$232,600.97 paid in 2014 PAUL STENTON Deputy Provost and Vice President University Planning
Ryerson University
$232,321.42 paid in 2014 LING GUAN Professor
Ryerson University
$231,812.75 paid in 2014 ANVER SALOOJEE Professor
Ryerson University
$229,904.97 paid in 2014 CHARMAINE HACK University Registrar
Ryerson University
$229,874.75 paid in 2014 AMY CASEY Executive Director, Office of the Provost and Vice President Academic
Ryerson University
$224,327.23 paid in 2014 SRIDHAR KRISHNAN Associate Dean
Ryerson University
$223,936.79 paid in 2014 BETH SWART Professor
Ryerson University
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