Skip to comments.Pitt chancellor, top officials get raises
Posted on 12/05/2012 5:11:00 AM PST by rightwingintelligentsia
University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark Nordenberg will pocket a 3.3 percent raise or $18,500 for the 2012-13 fiscal year, bringing his base annual compensation to $580,000.
Six other university officers will get raises ranging from 3.3 percent to 15 percent under a package the Compensation Committee of Pitts board of trustees approved on Tuesday.
Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Patricia Beeson will see her annual salary jump $34,000 to $374,000; Executive Vice Chancellor and General Counsel Jerome Cochrane are up $18,000 to $493,000; Secretary of the Board of Trustees and Assistant Chancellor Jean B. Ferketish, gets an $8,000 hike to $216,000; Arthur Levine, Senior Vice Chancellor of Health Sciences and Dean of the School of Medicine gets a $25,500 boost to $787,500; Chief Financial Officer Arthur Ramicone gets $13,000 more to $357,000; and Chief Investment Officer Amy Marsh got the biggest cash increase of $53,000 to $405,000.
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How many Chancellors, Vice Chancellors, Senior Vice Chancellors, Assitant Chancellors, Deputy Chancellors does one university need? The administrative bloat is so obvious as to be almost comical.