November 24, 2006
The Million-Dollar President, Soon to Be Commonplace?
A 'Chronicle' survey finds 53-percent increase in presidents with compensation of at least $500,000
The number of chief executives in higher education moving into the highest ranks of compensation accelerated in the past year.
While the salaries do not have the eye-popping quotient of those of corporate CEO's — whose median compensation was just over $6-million among the 350 largest U.S. corporations — the steady upward march of higher-education