Stephen Kent

Summary

Stephen Kent earned $73,027 in 2017 as an University Lecturer, Senior Status for Governors State University College Of Arts And Sciences. Kent had worked in this position since September 01, 2006.

Kent earned more than 80.60% of employees in Governors State University College Of Arts And Sciences.

Other University Lecturer, Senior Statuss at Governors State University College Of Arts And Sciences

Name Position Salary Start Date
Michele Mcmaster University Lecturer, Senior Status $113,065 08-28-1989
Aheda Saber University Lecturer, Senior Status $80,279 09-01-2006
Milan Panic University Lecturer, Senior Status $77,994 09-01-1993
Cheryl Hague University Lecturer, Senior Status $73,696 05-01-1999
Robert Kaufmann University Lecturer, Senior Status $72,747 09-01-1987
Caron Jacobson University Lecturer, Senior Status $69,632 04-16-2007
Christina Sintic University Lecturer, Senior Status $68,929 09-01-2008
George Sweiss University Lecturer, Senior Status $60,186 09-01-1998
Robin Thompson University Lecturer, Senior Status $59,000 03-01-2000
Michael Blomarz University Lecturer, Senior Status $56,832 09-01-2005
Kevin Riley University Lecturer, Senior Status $52,505 09-01-2001
Richard Baisa University Lecturer, Senior Status $28,288 09-01-2005

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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