Positions Rank at Ryerson University

Total result: 363

SALARY NAME Position
$240,012.77 paid in 2018 Clare Chua-Chow Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$233,337.93 paid in 2018 Diane Pirner Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$226,290.10 paid in 2018 D. Scott Anderson Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$218,642.78 paid in 2018 Farid Shirazi Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$215,235.45 paid in 2018 Yew-Thong Leong Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$213,943.62 paid in 2018 Pnina Alon-Shenker Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$212,504.32 paid in 2018 Ron Babin Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$206,907.39 paid in 2018 Michael Inglis Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$205,899.48 paid in 2018 Youcef Derbal Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$205,833.78 paid in 2018 Yuanshun Li Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$204,575.35 paid in 2018 June Yee Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$204,435.17 paid in 2018 Sherry Espin Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$201,901.48 paid in 2018 Dzung Ha Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$201,671.94 paid in 2018 Sergiy Rakhmayil Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$199,191.20 paid in 2018 Kimberly Bates Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$198,951.44 paid in 2018 Lamya Amleh Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$197,287.05 paid in 2018 Kernaghan Webb Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$196,793.66 paid in 2018 Tara Burke Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$194,940.92 paid in 2018 Carlyle Farrell Associate Professor
Ryerson University
$194,255.84 paid in 2018 Donald Rose Associate Professor
Ryerson University
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