Steven J. Scher

Summary

Steven J. Scher earned $106,996 in 2017 as a Professor for Eastern Illinois University.

Scher earned more than 81.76% of employees in Eastern Illinois University.

Scher earned more than 89.99% of employees across all Higher Educations.

Employment history for Steven J. Scher

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Professor $98,262 $8,734 Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Britto P. Nathan Professor $156,411 Not reported
Kathleen Phillips Professor $149,841 Not reported
Peter P. Liu Professor $145,098 Not reported
Ingyu Chiou Professor $139,200 Not reported
Eric K. Bollinger Professor $133,138 Not reported
Gary L. Canivez Professor $132,806 Not reported
Minh Q. Dao Professor $131,914 Not reported
Douglas E. Brandt Professor $129,002 Not reported
Assegedetch Haile Mariam Professor $126,569 Not reported
Barbara A. Lawrence Professor $125,874 Not reported
Abdou Illia Professor $125,118 Not reported
Charles E. Nivens Professor $123,093 Not reported
Fern Kory Professor $120,021 Not reported
Yan Lin Professor $119,853 Not reported
Jeffrey R. Stowell Professor $118,994 Not reported
Thomas G. Costello Professor $118,422 Not reported
William E. Addison Professor $118,400 Not reported
Charles L. Pederson Professor $116,532 Not reported
Ayse I. Costello Professor $115,839 Not reported
Peter G. Andrews Professor $115,391 Not reported
Jonathan P. Blitz Professor $115,037 Not reported
Gregory Galperin Professor $114,984 Not reported
Newton E. Key Professor $113,651 Not reported
Andrew E. Mertz Professor $112,883 Not reported
Gloria Leitschuh Professor $111,875 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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