Raymond N Fuller

Summary

Raymond N Fuller earned $56,593 in 2017 as a Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours for City Colleges of Chicago Mathematics. Fuller had worked in this position since September 23, 2013.

Fuller earned more than 58.66% of employees in City Colleges of Chicago Mathematics.

Other Full-Time Faculty 30 Hourss at City Colleges of Chicago Mathematics

Name Position Salary Start Date
Mohammad V Siadat Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $179,844 01-18-1982
Richard Williams Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $137,156 10-20-1969
Julius Z Nadas Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $135,573 09-16-1976
Sharda K Gudehithlu Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $124,630 09-08-1993
Stanislaw Buchcic Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $122,752 08-25-1997
Panagos N Papageorgiu Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $113,552 07-07-1994
Sylvester Roebuck Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $113,440 08-20-1982
Sergey Kuznetsov Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $112,685 09-02-1994
Charles R Mustari Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $99,767 08-21-1995
Robin M Wucherer Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $99,117 01-11-1999
Helen Valdez Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $94,446 08-19-1983
Lidia Dobria Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $93,277 09-06-1994
Lanisha Thomas Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $84,899 09-04-2012
Addie L Davis Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $73,528 08-19-1983
Eyad Massarwi Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $70,468 09-16-2013
Kara J Neely Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $64,144 02-10-2014
Elizabeth Anne Rosenthal Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $17,382 08-08-2011
Adamos S Bounas Full-Time Faculty 30 Hours $13,228 09-03-1996

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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