11 months ago
They say that teaching is an ungrateful thing to do. However, not all the profs are as poor and tired as they are shown in multiple movies. Today, the Typical Student team is going to introduce you top 7 high-paid college professors in US.
#1 David N. Silvers
David N. Silvers is Clinical Professor of Dermatology and Pathology. Also, he’s the Director of the Dermatopathology Laboratory at Columbia University. His salary is $4,33 million, which rivals that of many college coaches.
#2 Zev Rosenwaks
Zev Rosenwaks is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cornell University. His salary is $3,3 million. Zev Rosenwaks is the Director and Physician-in-Chief of the Ronald O. Perelman and Claudia Cohen Center for Reproductive Medicine at the Weill Cornell Medical College.
#3 Dean Takahashi
Dean Takahashi, who his Ph.D. in economics from Yale, is Adjunct Professor in the Practice of Finance at the Yale School of Management. His salary is $2,6 million. Takahashi is also the Senior Director of Investments at Yale University.
#4 William E. Fruhan Jr.
His salary is $1,19 million. William E. Fruhan Jr. is the Baker Foundation Professor and the George E. Bates Professor Emeritus at the Harvard Business School.
#5 Dan J. Laughhunn
Dan J. Laughhunn is Professor Emeritus at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. His salary is $1,03 million.
#6 Andrew M. Isaacs
Andrew M. Isaacs is Adjunct Professor of Business and Engineering at the University of California–Berkeley. His salary is $709,000. Isaacs is also the Director of New Management of Technology Programs, Director of the Mayfield Fellows Program, and Co-Executive Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Innovation at the UC–Berkeley Haas School of Business.
#7 Kannan Ramaswamy
Kannan Ramaswamy is the William D. Hacker Chair Professor of Management in the Department of Global Business at the Thunderbird School of Global Management. His salary is $700,000.
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