The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, September 12, 1974, Page page 3, Image 3
ri-Sp !"" H rr"" i '. 7i - II 1 0 1 OClw I -. ' C iw ifarp.r, , 1 i , . 'G!vJ to hav? tha Information, but need to study it , '. ' i h;.i- b'lho reaction -of UNL professors to a' report- sfteWinq hc thoir. salaries compare with each other ... . n r-i . t i wii ii &3i r-rr i " i r t r w : ..... - tl,,f,A4J.. -1-- , t V(!(0 .Vi !iiJt lin,e 0 ec-d the report rr fully . ... "J i 'A .. "-.'A .. -- s vv' -"-i ------ - i- v ,--iH-"yi )i S '.'i'yt " jr ""' $ " - "--3v,-'i j'flH 1 . . , . 1 '" ' cicut salary inequality at UNL , ',.';-! ' ! I. t ; T ivj !::f:v--r-';0 report , issued Tuesday -by the faculty ' " SvM.'Conmihbe on Salary Goals and Achievement,1 ' -mpiiVaiid salary ..is dGtcrmir.ed tlirouyh' merit ! and : - "M.uny ioachcrj, although reluctant to be specific' '-. about how they feel, said they are happy the statistics , are out. They agreed that the committees' 5 rccomrnen-' "' dations are sound. ' - ' The report shows wide gaps among salaries for full, assoc:ate and assistant professors in different colleges, ! ' , ; The highest paid professors are those in .law,,, : ' cfr.listry "and . business, according to .the report., ' Professors in arts and sciences and agriculture are' ' ' . ' among the lowest paid, the report indicated. ; Ronald Case, assistant professor of wild life and blolocy, said, "My reaction is the same as anybody who is at" the bottom. I can't quite understand, the, rationale." " The report shows an assistant professor in Gfjricjliuro makes an average of $1 1 ,GC0 compared with " ; . ', $13.1?0 for an assistant professor in home economics. . ; ; "I'm all for equality," Case said, "but I feel I'm - . . getting short-changed." Case said it may be necessary to' pay law and dental profe:crs hic;h salaries but he does not understand' : , : why " tl.-iro . are ' differences among business, home " "exonemk:;:;, ericuiiureHhd oihor colleges. 1 : ' HcL-crt Sitti-j, associate professor of political science, . ' tasd no i3 nairvj to take a closer icoK at the figures. He ' ' said "thartho-salary .schedule proposed by the . ' i cr.'.rnittEj :: is "most equitable" and- would be a ' $yi. . .'.f;: solution to the problem', ; ."tt!i ;-. re? .rned that UNL is far; be lev ' . ' ' . ; f : - - !':.-"; it is disconcerting to be so far below ; '.;t;-fiS put cut by tne American Assoctaticn or First Down - fou dor i i ' w . -mw 5- fu.a . .fea .t,. :,. , 1. 1.; 'i,. :n-Hour . '? St' i it pi 'J Thurs. Sun. Se.ot.1.2-15 players' -without a program! Only 1 01 20 off all line bearers 1 07' ftonaiiOtnerfishVY! H I r ,4 tCr Vf r aquarium tank, NOW ! t H 10 gallon tank -stand, NOW ,20gaiien tank stand, NOW L full line of cram supplies tot fs fit iVi 5 p.m. 9 p.m. weekdays . . Noon 7 p.m. Sat. & Sun,. y iy in and M ..r-.-- -435-4745 - X". . 3. n.Tu-iu'i. I t ... f- isy f-;o?r :crs (AAUP). iTo rcc.ih mid level AAUP projections next year. raises vvoula have to average 25.4 for professors,' " 18 fti -associate professors, .11.1 for assistant' professors and 15 for instructors. The overall average. increase would be 19. Hael M. Anthony, Dean of the College of; - economic:, said she would like to know more about the . adjusted figures. - . i, The fieures are adjusk;d to take account for the v (JHH'f vrico-.iii rank, years of service, sex and tenure", ' ctatu: f carding to Donald Haack, chairman of the.' ' committee. ' ' "icv! rc-'fisrti." " : Ai-iucny .said whenever adjusted figures are used' rather than actual dollars, a comparison is difficult to: unf'vrstand. ' " y ", .- j Mr.then L-id she would like to see the figures for the "19i'4-;;. y t-ir. Th-v cornmiiteo report used salaries for ' ' 1 9 3-7 : Cha s.si she i; sure the total picture would be , C'Jiz :,:. if tr. j. 7A -'75 figures were used. '-'.,-. : The report said assistant professors in: home cscr.smic 3 m:.ke more than those in arts and sciences, i c Un-r. - crirc.-u '.cf-crs, library and ar chitettursP ; ; : : Ai.i-an" ;ij' full professors sn heme economics ma.'-.! k is ir..-;;i fhos in niher colleges. : G?'-:i Fn.i'-.q, professor and chairman of poultry we a -j OVERSTOCKED SALE with his. and Guys brands S I :v vitlues going for 950 BUY NOW AND SAVE! ' . : Also pick up a free $5.00 Discount Card carne out on the lo.ver:cnd. I ti;o-".M th. import showed what we have been saying ,, , 1 (. ' " ' i -' !" I 8 -W Y ' - ' Horcr pi zO t r t Let the Atlas Carpet Company take the frost off your floor with our quality, foain-haeked earpet. 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