Colorado State Professors Get Raises After Salary Equity Review - Higher Education
Higher Education News and Jobs

Colorado State Professors Get Raises After Salary Equity Review

Email




by Associated Press

FORT COLLINS, Colo. ― Colorado State University has increased salaries for 59 professors after a recent salary equity review.

The Coloradoan reports that the review found that 25 percent of full female professors and 11.6 percent of male full professors reviewed weren’t being paid enough.

In an email sent to faculty Tuesday morning, CSU officials wrote that the average salary increase was 5.4 percent. It did not say which departments the professors were from.

Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs Daniel Bush told the Coloradoan that male professors needed an average raise of $4,787 and female professors needed $5,214 to reach an appropriate salary level.

He said it would be “speculation” to say why there’s a difference between the number of male and female professors who needed salary adjustments.

RELATED ARTICLES >>
Audit: Iowa Athletics IT Director Submitted False Invoices IOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of Iowa athletics department’s information technology director spent school money on personal items for his home and then submitted false invoices to cover his tracks, according to a state audit released Thursday. ...
Hungary Sees No Reason to Change Law Affecting Soros School BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungary’s government said Thursday it sees no reason to alter the recently amended education law which could force a university founded by billionaire George Soros to leave the country. Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s chief of st...
College Renames Building Amid Link to Racial Segregation EWING, N.J. — The College of New Jersey has changed the name of a building amid concern its namesake was a racial segregationist. Paul Loser Hall was renamed Trenton Hall on Wednesday by the college board of trustees. The move comes a week after P...
Middleton Named Interim President of Lincoln University JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The former interim president of the University of Missouri system will take on the same role at Lincoln University in Jefferson City. Lincoln University’s governing board announced Thursday that Mike Middleton will start next...
Semantic Tags: