Positions Rank at Ryerson University

Total result: 1,280

SALARY NAME Position
$410,475.04 paid in 2018 Mohamed Lachemi President
Ryerson University
$349,999.96 paid in 2018 Michael Benarroch Provost and Vice President Academic
Ryerson University
$341,346.04 paid in 2018 Ian Mishkel Vice President University Advancement and Alumni Relations
Ryerson University
$300,000.04 paid in 2018 Denise Green Vice President Equity and Community Inclusion
Ryerson University
$291,849.92 paid in 2018 Julia Shin Doi General Counsel and Secretary of the Board of Governors
Ryerson University
$288,900.04 paid in 2018 Steven Liss Vice President Research and Innovation
Ryerson University
$265,996.47 paid in 2018 Anver Saloojee Assistant Vice President International
Ryerson University
$262,850.10 paid in 2018 Thomas Duever Dean
Ryerson University
$260,834.13 paid in 2018 Joanne Mckee Chief Financial Officer
Ryerson University
$259,623.79 paid in 2018 Michael Manjuris Chair Global Management Studies
Ryerson University
$257,826.46 paid in 2018 Deborah Brown Vice President Administration and Operations
Ryerson University
$249,337.89 paid in 2018 Candice Monson Professor
Ryerson University
$246,164.04 paid in 2018 Michael Kolios Associate Dean
Ryerson University
$241,950.00 paid in 2018 Saeed Zolfaghari Vice Provost Faculty Affairs
Ryerson University
$240,012.77 paid in 2018 Clare Chua-Chow Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$239,941.04 paid in 2018 Said Easa Professor
Ryerson University
$237,175.02 paid in 2018 Pamela Sugiman Dean
Ryerson University
$237,175.02 paid in 2018 Jennifer Mactavish Vice Provost and Dean Yeats School of Graduate Studies
Ryerson University
$236,632.96 paid in 2018 Imogen Coe Professor
Ryerson University
$235,540.02 paid in 2018 Lisa Barnoff Dean
Ryerson University
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