Presidential Pay Remains a Potent Political Target

Presidential Pay Remains a Potent Political Target | Jack Stripling & Andrea Fuller | Chronicle of Higher Education | 25 May, 2012

The article discusses the salaries of public university presidents, focusing on the topic’s use in political discourse in the U.S. and offering a case study of the University of California system (Cal State). The author looks at criticism leveled against the University of Minnesota regarding million dollar executive compensations known as golden parachutes, the stagnation of Cal State’s faculty salaries, as well as comments by F. King Alexander of Cal State at Long Beach.

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