Faculty at Mich. school see jump in salaries

04/17/2013 | MLive.com (Michigan) (free registration)

Full professors at Michigan's Grand Valley State University saw their salaries rise this year by an average of 6% over last year, according to a report from the American Association of University Professors. Salaries of associate professors grew by an average of 6.8%, while assistant professors' salaries increased by 7%, the report found. The increases were the largest of those at any of the state's public universities and were largely attributable to faculty promotions and merit increases, a GVSU official said, noting that salaries there remain lower there than at other state schools.

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