Friday, July 24, 2015

UO faculty compensation competitive with other public AAUs, reaches target set by senate

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July 24th, 2015

The University of Oregon has achieved an ambitious goal set by the University Senate to bring total faculty salary and benefits in line with average faculty compensation at similar top public research universities.
Recent data released by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) shows that average UO compensation for tenure-related faculty is 99.3 percent of the average compensation of public Association of American Universities (AAU) peers in 2015. The number is 106.4 percent when adjusted for cost of living.
“The UO has significantly invested in faculty salaries over the last few years,” said Jamie Moffitt, vice president for finance and administration. “When combined with our very generous compensation package, including health care and retirement, total compensation is in line with our peer AAU public institutions.”

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