Pay for Kansas professors is less than their peers
A pay gap that left Kansas professors trailing their peers for more than a decade grew wider last year.
A new report from the Kansas Board of Regents confirmed that the state pays its academics less than the public colleges and universities they compete against.
“We’re not surprised because we’ve been at the bottom for so long,” said Brian Lindshield, the faculty senate president at Kansas State University.
Professors at K-State are paid less than the five other universities the Regents use as comparisons, including Colorado State University and Oklahoma State University.
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