Clifford R. Mirman

Summary

Clifford R. Mirman earned $166,017 in 2017 as a Chair for Northern Illinois University.

Mirman earned more than 95.71% of employees in Northern Illinois University.

Other Chairs at Northern Illinois University

Name Position Salary Start Date
Chang Liu Chair $262,335 N/A
Geoffrey L. Gordon Chair $244,908 N/A
Gina K. Nicolosi Chair $220,337 N/A
Rebecca S. Shortridge Chair $203,503 N/A
Nicholas T. Karonis Chair $193,512 N/A
Sarah J. Marsh Chair $188,920 N/A
Purushothaman Damodaran Chair $185,349 N/A
Ralph A. Wheeler Chair $176,240 N/A
Barrie P. Bode Chair $156,608 N/A
Bernard J. Harris Chair $148,325 N/A
Kurt M. Thurmaier Chair $144,962 N/A
Carl M. Campbell Chair $143,873 N/A
Thomas W. Pavkov Chair $138,100 N/A
Wei-Chen Hung Chair $135,487 N/A
Chad D. Mcevoy Chair $133,000 N/A
David J. Buller Chair $129,971 N/A
David Changnon Chair $127,824 N/A
Anne E. Gregory Chair $125,000 N/A
Janice J. Strom Chair $125,000 N/A
James D. Schmidt Chair $120,132 N/A
Mark P. Fischer Chair $118,883 N/A
Gary C. Burns Chair $118,709 N/A
Kendall M. Thu Chair $118,376 N/A
Gregory J. Conderman Chair $117,879 N/A
Sherrill R. Morris Chair $117,375 N/A
Laurence B. Lurio Chair $115,922 N/A
Kathleen J. Renk Chair $107,543 N/A
Scot D. Schraufnagel Chair $106,382 N/A
James K. Miller Chair $101,612 N/A
J K. Barbe Chair $98,734 N/A
Leslie Matuszewich Chair $94,351 N/A
Pradip Majumdar Chair $90,069 N/A
Suzanne E. Degges-White Chair $16,446 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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