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Page 8-Wednesday, December 12, 1979-The Michigan Daily

Merit-based system key to salary list

" MONG THE MOST important factors determining
salary levels for instructors and researchers at
the University is the merit-based salary system.
iretahn n research within a field of study with high
jecause the University operates under a decentralized
system which allows individual schools and departments in-
dependence in decision-making, each unit of the University
M~ermines its own standards for merit increases. In some
schools, individual department heads make salary decisions,
som~etimes in conjunction with departmental executive
comimittees, while in other schools (usually the smallest
ones~) deans decide on merit raises.
It has long been understood that some rising assistant
professors-called "stars" by some colleagues-have been
lure to the University with salary offers more lucrative than
toepaid to some older, senior professors.
.Widely varying salaries are not only a function of the
me~rit system. The difference in opportunities in the
nonacademic world for professors in various areas also in-
fliIences salary levels.
'In general, law and medical professors make more than
En~glish and history professors because the former command

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higher salaries outside the academic world. To attract a
qualified doctor - or lawyer to the, University requires a
relatively high salary.
That's not to say, however, that lawyers and doctors earn
as much at the University as they could in private practice.
Because the University cannot afford to pay salaries
which are equivalent to those paid in the private sector, it at-
tempts to keep up with peer institutions.
The salaries of professors in clinical areas of the medical
school are generally the highest at the University. The
majority of these salaries do not come from state or tuition
money, but are paid through University Hospital patient fee
income. The state and tuition usually pays for the teaching
portion of a clinical professor's salary.
Other salary amounts which do not come from the
University's general budget are those of researchers. Most
University instructors who are primarily researchers
receive a substantial portion of~their salaries from research
grants from foundations and the government.
In some cases, portions of a professor's salary is not in-
cluded in the standard appointment rate specified on the
salary list.
Summer salary, compensation for administrative duties,
and other supplemental income is not included because it is
earned on an irregular basis.

Department heads, for example, receive a $2,500-$3,000
stipend in addition to their professional salary. Associate
deans and museum directors are also among those who
receive additional income for their administrative work.
A PROFESSOR MIGHT also- earn additional
icome through independent research grants,
emplomentin other organizations, writing and
publishing, lecturing, and consulting.
According to LSA Dean Billy Frye, professors working
full-time for the University may be able to earn up to 20 per
cent of their University salary from outside consulting.
While time commitments to the University are based on
several factors, some professors prefer to work less as
faculty members in order to free themselves to do outside
work with private firms and government agencies.
-Generally, a professor's field is the greatest determinant
of his or her ability to obtain work outside the University.
Architecture and engineering professors are regularly
found who have a .80 appointment, which means these in-
structors spend 8/10 of their time working for the University,
and the remainder consulting or doing some other outside

Most of the money for the appointment rate salaries
comes from state appropriations and tuition revenue, which
makes up 92 per cent of the general fund. This general fund
money pays for only some jobs. All professors, instructors,
lecturers, and most administrators are paid at least partially
through this money.
Non-instructional. staff, working in such areas as ad-
missions, financial aid, counseling, the libraries, and housing
also receive the major portion of their salaries from the
general fund. Salaries of departmental employees such as
secretaries and administrative assistants are also drawn
from state and tuition revenues.
The budgets of several University units such as the
athletic department, the alumni association, the University,
Hospital, ISR, and student publications are distinct from the
University's budget, and therefore employees in these areas>
do not receive salaries from the general fund. These in-,'
dependent units generate-their own money.
Other people on the University payroll whose jobs and
salaries are not included in this particular list are most
clerical, technical, and plant maintenance personnel.
The salaries of these people are not solely merit-based:
Rather, each employee is assigned to a salary grade, and the
salary is limited within specific ranges for that salary grade.

work.
Many faculty members agree that less
faculty on campus consult.

than half of the

S~tae fo rces close to
years of 'U ebate
11 A LTHOUGH the state legisla- In February of this year, the
Sture gave the University a fi- came before the faculty Senate A.
L nal push by its passing a law, bly, and salary disclosure was reje
LIforcing the University to pub-' The University responded to a
licly release name-linked sal- request for salary information
aries of faculty and staff, the internal State Sen. Jerome Hart (D-Sagii
debate over disclosure has raged for chairman of the Senate AppropriE
over seven years. Committee with figures by depart
The discussion began in 1972 when, and job title, but not individual nar
somhe members of the University com- When Hart again requested as
mu~nity, influenced by a judge's ruling document listing individual name
that Saginaw Valley College should University "respectfully declined.
disclose its salaries, asked the Regents In mid-June, Hart introd
to follow suit. legislation-an amendment t(
In 1973, state Attorney General Frank state's Freedom of Information
Kelley issued an opinion supporting the 'which would require the Univers
idea of public disclosure. The issue release the salaries of Univf
came to the'Regents again through one faculty and staff upon request,
of" its won-Regent- Gerald Dunn (D- Senate unanimously passed tli
Linsing). during the summer months,a
breezed through the House 100-1 it
October. Lt. Gov. James Bri
signed the measure into law 0(
The following corrections i
a published list of faculty ana
f ministrative. salaries have
issued by the University
ministration:
Economics Prof. Daniel Rubi
has two half-time fractions from tl
stitute for Public Policy Studies ar
Economics department equali

OFFICE SALAR Y SCHED ULE 1979-80
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7,550.00
8,100.00
9,050.00
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Maximum
10,900.00
11,550.00
12,550.00
14,250.00
16,450.00

Salaries of clerical, technical,
and plant maintenance workers
are determined primarily on a
graded scale. At left, for exam-
ple, is the salary grade for the
University's approximately 3,000
office, clericals. Each level has a
minimum and maximum salary
for each position on the scale.
Any variations between the
minimum and maximum figures
are the result of merit-based in-
creases.

Technical, plant maintenance,~
and service workers also receive
salaries on a graded scale, but
the job title is more responsible
for the salary level. There are
more categories of -these em-,
ployees than in the other
divisions. Titles by which the pay
is designated include those such
as custodian, mechanic,.
stockkeeper, and food service
worker.

ADMINIS TRA TION CHANGED POLIC Y R EL UC TANTL Y:
Some favored, some opposed

N 1973, -one-half of the University
Ifaculty responded to a poll, and
voiced opposition over public dis-
closure of their salaries by a two
to one margin.
In 1979, the week before executive of-
ficers and Regents were to formulate a
disclosure policy under protest, barely
a handful of faculty and staff took ad-
vantage of an opportunity to voice their
opinions and ask questions about the
imminent release of name-linked
salaries.
The argument that the public has the
right to know how the University is
spending its money, voiced by the
media and state officials eventually
won out over the University's long-
standing argument for protecting the
rights of individual professors' or staff
members' privacy.
Apparently, faculty and staff decided
to brace themselves for the disclosure
instead of opposing the new state law
which forced the salary release.
But not all faculty and staff were at
odds with name-linked disclosure. In
fact, some supported the move.

Some argued that release of the
salary information might help
eliminate inequities which they
believed existed in salary decisions.
Others concluded release was an in-
vasion of privacy, and that people wan-

he believed the issue was "essentially
media-generated."
During an informational meeting on
the salary release, undergraduate
library staff member Kirk Nims said,
"It is inevitable there are inequities

I don 't think the legislature has solved a problem.
It's creating a problem.'
--Regent Thomas Roach ('D-Saline)

addition to creating internal problems
in departments and colleges.
Regent Robert Nederlander (D-
Birmingham), grudgingly agreeing to,
comply with the state law, said, "This
will make us less competitive with
other institutions."
Regents and administrators, in par-
ticular, expressed displeasure with the
state legislature interfering in what
they believe to be the internal affairs of
the University.,
"It is an extremely poor judgment on
the part of the legislature and shows a
lack of understanding of the in-
stitution," Regent Paul Brown (D-
Petoskey) said.
Regent Thomas Roach (D-Saline)
said, "I don't think the legislature has
solved a problem. It's creating a
problem."
The salary list was a popular item
during 'its first week in the graduate
library, and faculty furor over the
release seems to have died down
somewhat. But the real effects of name-
linked salary disclosure, i~f any, won't
be seen for some time.

$26,200 annual salary; German
Language and Literature Prof. Otto
Graf receives a 12-month appointment
for a total of $38,786 annually; and,
Prof. George Simmons receives a total
of $25,18 from two nine-month appoin-
tments as an associate professor of
Health Planning and Administration
and an economics department lecturer.

ted the salary list for curiosity's sake
only.
"The University has released all the
information anyone needs to judge the
wisdom of our expenditures," said In-
terim University President Allan Smith
after the legislation breezed through
the state house 100-1.'"I don't know why
a public employee should be second
class in terms of privacy." Smith said

which have existed for a number of
years with regard to faculty
evaluation."
Many deans and department chair-
persons argue that the release may
bring an end to the merit-based salary
system. Administrators and some
faculty members also say public
salaries may damage the University's
ability to hire top-flight personnel in

Hart
... pushed salary disclosure

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RIZA-VNO, EDGAR J ASST RES SCIENTIST CR80 22,203.00 1S MO 1.00 .00 01/25/77
ARM8RUSTER, BETTE A ACMIN ASST I PG MED 8 HLTH PROF E 14,300.00 12 MO 1.00 .00 04/01/71
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RNDT, BETTY JEAN HEAD NURSE IR.TM DERy HID ATTEND 24,022.00 I2 MO 1.00 24,022.00 10/03/50
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HORPMARIE L ASST PROFESSOR MED CARE ORG .00 IS MO .00 .00 09/11/72
ASHROTFREDERICKI, RED ASST It ENGR NAVAL ARCH 8 MAR ERG 13, 720.,00 12 MO 1.00 .00 02/06/78
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AWNEY' JUNE MI CLIN NURSING SPECIALIST MOTPED NURSING-N 26,166.00 12 MO .50 .00 09/215/178
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