Average Salary   Average Compensation
(dollars in thousands)   (dollars in thousands)
2008-09 Full Associate Assistant Instructor   Full Associate Assistant Instructor
 
University of Michigan 142.1 93.1 81.6 57.2   171.8 116.9 103.5 74.8
UC Santa Barbara 129.0 78.5 74.0   170.3 106.9 101.3
University of Virginia 133.4 91.7 74.7 54.4   164.3 116.5 95.5 72.2
University of Iowa 124.6 83.1 72.6 49.6   157.6 106.2 93.0 63.6
U. North Carolina - Chapel Hill 142.7 94.1 82.0 104.9   172.6 116.8 102.4 128.5
Indiana University - Bloomington 118.4 81.6 71.1   149.5 105.3 90.9
University of Colorado - Boulder 121.5 88.9 75.6 51.2   149.8 112.2 96.6 67.8
University of Washington 121.7 87.1 78.0 42.7   146.0 105.3 92.9 53.7
 
Peer Average 129.2 87.3 76.2 60.0   160.2 110.8 97.0 76.8
 
 
  UO per Academe 99.8 72.4 66.4 45.0   136.6 103.2 92.0 68.7  
 
  UO Percentage of Peers per Academe 2008-09 77.3% 83.0% 87.1% 75.0%   85.2% 93.2% 94.8% 89.5%  
  UO Percentage Per Academe 2007-08 76.0% 79.0% 84.2% 80.5%   89.8% 93.2% 95.5% 88.2%  
  UO Percentage of Peers 1999-20001 78.3% 81.4% 84.4% 76.8%   82.0% 86.0% 89.6% 86.8%  
 
Change Since White Paper (Line 21 - Line 19) -1.1% 1.5% 2.7% -1.8%   3.3% 7.2% 5.2% 2.7%
Notes:
1. Salary. This figure represents the contracted salary excluding summer teaching, stipends, extra load, or other forms of remuneration.
2. Benefits. Compensation includes benefits made by the institution on behalf of the individual faculty member; the amount does not include the employee contribution. Major benefits include a) retirement, b) medical insurance, c) disability income protection, d) tuition for faculty dependents, e) dental insurance, f) social security, g) unemployment insurance, h) group life insurance, i) workers' compensation insurance, j) other benefits in-kind with cash alternatives.
3. Total Compensation. Total compensation includes salary plus institutional contribution to benefits.
Source of Notes: UO Office of Institutional Research.
Data Source: Academe April 2009 entered by M. Vitulli
Footnotes:
1. The Senate White Paper came out in 1999-2000 and called for bringing compensation up to 95% of the average of our AAU comparitors. The Update to the Senate White Paper of 2007-2008 called for bringing salaries as well as compensation up to the full averages of our AAU comparitors.