Updated:PITTSBURGH (AP) (AP)ong> - University of Pittsburgh trustees have approved raises for seven top administrators that range from 3.3 to 15 percent for coming year.
The raises were approved Tuesday morning. Chancellor Mark Nordenberg's salary will increase 3.3 percent, to $580,000. He didn't accept a raise last year.
Amy Marsh, the chief investment officer, got a 15 percent raise, bringing her salary to $405,000.
Provost Patricia Beeson got a 10 percent raise, bringing her salary to $374,000, while general counsel Jerome Cochran, chief financial officer Arthur Ramicone, and trustees secretary Jean Ferketish all received a 3.8 percent raises. Their salaries now range from $493,000 to $216,000.
Arthur Levine, dean of the School of Medicine, got a 3.3 percent raise, bringing his salary to $787,500.
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