In September 2011, the SDFA conducted an attitudinal survey of its membership over several issues relevant to the UCSD faculty. The survey was emailed to 108 members and 55 replied, yielding a response rate of 51%. To protect the anonymity of respondents, personal identifying information was not collected, so it is not possible to break […]
Tag: faculty salaries
Einstein (brings in grant money!) vs Aristotle (what, no grant money?): which one would you hire (or fire)?
by Ivan Evans, President, UCSD Faculty Association Faculty at UC have long been painfully aware that their salaries lag behind pay scales at “comparable universities” across the country. And so UCOP came up with a remedy: the off-scale salary, which more than 2/3 of UC faculty now earn. The off-scale solution aims to retain faculty […]
In an email circulated on September 16, 2011, the Office of Academic Personnel notified the University that “non-exclusively represented, eligible academic employees” would be receiving a 3% across-the-board increase in their salaries, effective November 1. While many of us welcome the relief from the frozen salary scale that has left faculty compensation well below our […]