Updated salary comparisons from AAUP data

Obviously, a lot is going on at Guilford these days. Some of that has had me looking back at salary figures in response to requests from Guilford allies, so I thought I’d take a moment and provide updates to the comparisons I usually do between Guilford salaries and our traditional peer group, AAUP Category IIB … Read more

Faculty compensation

I was part of a meeting on Friday with several members of college leadership, our compensation consultant Christine Riley, Jim Hood, and Natalya Shelkova (from compensation committee). In that meeting, we discussed whether the college has been using the wrong number for setting faculty salary targets over the past three years. We know that in … Read more

Raise comparison between faculty and administrators

I asked for Guilford’s most recent IRS Form 990. I do this for several reasons, but I got started with the 990’s after the administrator bonus fiasco at the end of the Chabotar administration in order to have a look at our reported compensation for administrators. This most recent report allowed me to track the … Read more

Updated compensation percentiles

Back in February, I calculated an update to the Category IIB percentiles we used to publish in our Factbook. That post is here. The AAUP has now posted data for the 2018-19 academic year. This year includes both the recent rounds of raises in January 2017 (in effect for the last half of 2016-17, although … Read more

AAUP state meeting at UNCG March 24

I got a request from Dr. Michael Frierson, a professor in Media Studies at UNCG, to share this with my faculty colleagues. The program is attached. [pdf-embedder url=”http://moonrm.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/AAUP-spring-2018-1.pdf” title=”AAUP spring 2018 (1)”] Registration for the meeting is here.

Invitation from Guilford’s AAUP chapter

[From Richie Zweigenhaft, Gail Webster, and Maria Rosales] The three of us have been active for a number of years now in the Guilford chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). We met recently to talk about our plans for the coming year. Among the things we talked about was posting a message … Read more