Daniel L. Gebo

Summary

Daniel L. Gebo earned $112,204 in 2017 as a Professor for Northern Illinois University.

Gebo earned more than 87.10% of employees in Northern Illinois University.

Gebo earned more than 91.34% of employees across all Higher Educations.

Employment history for Daniel L. Gebo

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Professor $102,204 $10,000 Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Professor at Northern Illinois University in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Swapan Chaterji Professor $257,578 Not reported
Denise D. Schoenbachler Professor $234,347 Not reported
James M. Johnson Professor $230,052 Not reported
James C. Young Professor $228,911 Not reported
Jon Briscoe Professor $213,442 Not reported
Pamela A. Smith Professor $212,316 Not reported
Chih-Chen Lee Professor $203,274 Not reported
David H. Sinason Professor $201,122 Not reported
Brian D. Clinton Professor $199,592 Not reported
Leonard L. Lundstrum Professor $196,178 Not reported
Charles G. Petersen Professor $194,651 Not reported
Charles E. Downing Professor $193,918 Not reported
Natalie T. Churyk Professor $193,361 Not reported
James P. Burton Professor $187,105 Not reported
Donald E. Tidrick Professor $186,717 Not reported
Robert M. Peterson Professor $175,910 Not reported
Timothy W. Aurand Professor $168,822 Not reported
David H. Taylor Professor $162,371 Not reported
Mark W. Cordes Professor $158,837 Not reported
Charles R. Gowen Professor $156,629 Not reported
Zhili Xiao Professor $155,952 Not reported
Kathleen L. McFadden Professor $150,974 Not reported
Narayan S. Hosmane Professor $150,130 Not reported
Ross D. Powell Professor $146,655 Not reported
David R. Hedin Professor $143,410 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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