Positions Rank at Ryerson University

Total result: 377

SALARY NAME Position
$228,717.98 paid in 2016 Clare Chua-Chow Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$219,237.62 paid in 2016 Diane Pirner Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$216,022.92 paid in 2016 D. Scott Anderson Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$213,691.34 paid in 2016 Dale Carl Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$207,258.97 paid in 2016 Farid Shirazi Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$204,825.05 paid in 2016 Murtaza Haider Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$203,689.55 paid in 2016 Yuanshun Li Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$203,527.03 paid in 2016 Franklyn Prescod Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$202,626.17 paid in 2016 Pria Nippak Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$200,254.16 paid in 2016 Michael Inglis Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$196,563.11 paid in 2016 Youcef Derbal Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$195,950.79 paid in 2016 June Yee Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$195,192.70 paid in 2016 George Gekas Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$194,964.44 paid in 2016 John Enright Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$191,253.48 paid in 2016 Muhammad Jaseemuddin Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$190,028.08 paid in 2016 Kileen Tucker Scott Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$188,660.52 paid in 2016 Asher Alkoby Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$187,998.33 paid in 2016 Maurice Mazerolle Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$187,516.95 paid in 2016 Donald Rose Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$187,481.61 paid in 2016 Kimberly Bates Associate Professor
Ryerson University
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