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UC regents give pay raises to eight chancellors

September 14, 2017

By Alison Graham

The University of California Board of Regents has approved 3 percent raises for eight of its 10 chancellors.

UCSF Chancellor Samuel Hawgood was the highest-paid campus leader to receive a raise. His salary will increase from $795,675 to $819,545 a year.

The other chancellors are:

  • UC Irvine’s Howard Gillman, $499,550 to $514,537.
  • UCLA’s Gene Block, $454,574 to $468,211.
  • UC San Diego’s Pradeep Khosla, $449,208 to $462,684.
  • UC Santa Barbara’s Henry Yang, $401,020 to $413,051.
  • UC Merced’s Dorothy Leland, UC Riverside’s Kim Wilcox and UC Santa Cruz’s George Blumenthal, $394,655 to $406,495.

Chancellors from UC Berkeley and UC Davis joined the university in July and August, respectively, so they weren’t included in the merit-based salary increase.

The increases passed Wednesday with a 10-6 vote.

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[Source]: SF Chronicle

Last modified: October 4, 2017

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