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Million-dollar man

Mark Zurolo ’01MFA

Mark Zurolo ’01MFA

Source: Chronicle of Higher Education. View full image

The total compensation of President Richard Levin ’74PhD topped $1 million for the first time in the fiscal year ending in June 2008, according to the university’s most recent tax filings. Levin’s $1,179,332 in salary and benefits placed him tenth in the Chronicle of Higher Education’s survey of university presidents nationwide. Levin, who is the longest-serving Ivy president, was also briefly the highest-paid in the Ivies, during 2005–6. Above is shown the total compensation for current presidents of the Ivy schools and Stanford through 2007–08. 

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