Professors: Soaring Salaries

Faculty income at U.S. universities is still climbing. A new survey conducted by the American Association of University Professors indicates that in the current academic year even the dozen best-paying schools have hiked their salaries by 6% above 1965-66 levels. The twelve most openhanded schools and their average salaries (which do not include fringe benefits), according to the A.A.U.P.:

Harvard $15,700

Chicago 15,445

Parsons College 15,123

Stanford 15,120

Hebrew Union College 15,063

Johns Hopkins 14,272

Caltech 14,129

Claremont Graduate School 14,000

M.I.T. 13,953

Northwestern 13,899

Cornell 13,663

Columbia 13,500


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