Five Penn State executives have pay raises that could be approved on Friday.
Who is getting the biggest boost? Hard to say.
If approved, Senior Vice President of Finance David Gray’s salary would move to $511,476. That’s up from $490,440 in 2016, and includes a $10,000 market adjustment.
Craig Hillemeier is the dean of the medical school, the CEO of the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and vice president of health affairs. His proposed salary reflects that kind of workload, at $953,700, up from $935,004.
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Provost Nick Jones would move to $542,532, up about $12,000 from last year.
Athletic director Sandy Barbour would get $735,420, an increase of less than $4,000.
But the fifth raise is still undercover.
The trustees compensation committee said Thursday that President Eric Barron’s proposed increase would be revealed to the board in executive session Friday. No details were released at the committee meeting.
The committee has had several executive sessions in recent months and delayed making recommendations for raises until the state budget was passed and the university appropriation was solidified.