Positions Rank at Ryerson University

Total result: 368

SALARY NAME Position
$218,446.47 paid in 2014 D. SCOTT ANDERSON Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$212,065.62 paid in 2014 CLARE CHUA-CHOW Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$208,649.10 paid in 2014 KEN GRANT Associate Professor
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
$202,044.88 paid in 2014 MURTAZA HAIDER Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$201,795.81 paid in 2014 FRANKLYN PRESCOD Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$196,279.78 paid in 2014 MICHAEL INGLIS Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$194,064.80 paid in 2014 DALE CARL Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$192,438.53 paid in 2014 FARID SHIRAZI Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$185,570.53 paid in 2014 ELAINE SANTA MINA Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$182,781.96 paid in 2014 PAMELA PALMATER Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$182,667.36 paid in 2014 ELIZABETH MCCAY Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$181,450.58 paid in 2014 LINYING DONG Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$180,903.46 paid in 2014 MUHAMMAD JASEEMUDDIN Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$179,732.31 paid in 2014 JUNE YEE Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$179,687.39 paid in 2014 GEORGE GEKAS Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$179,494.75 paid in 2014 YOUCEF DERBAL Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$178,404.54 paid in 2014 JIM TAM Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$177,299.27 paid in 2014 KIMBERLY BATES Associate Professor
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