|Z4PRES – President Emeritus||ZGEN – Provost General||61 – Unclassified Salaries||10100 – Unclassified Salaries||245700|
|Z4PRES – President Emeritus||ZGEN – Provost General||66 – Grad Ast Resdnt Phys Dentist Cl Fel||10600 – Grad Asst/Res Phys/Dent/Clin Fellws||0|
|Z4PRES – President Emeritus||ZGEN – Provost General||69 – Other Payroll Expenses||10964 – OPE Uncl Health/Life||13500|
|Z4PRES – President Emeritus||ZGEN – Provost General||69 – Other Payroll Expenses||10967 – OPE Uncl Retirement||41450|
|Z4PRES – President Emeritus||ZGEN – Provost General||69 – Other Payroll Expenses||10968 – OPE Uncl Other||13750|
|Z4PRES – President Emeritus||ZGEN – Provost General||71 – Service & Supplies||20000 – Services & Supplies Expense||185600|
Here’s the 2010 Budget for Frohnmayer’s “President Emeritus” office. He is paid $245,700 (notice he quit the voluntary furlough program) for co-teaching 2 small classes, gets a full time GTF and a secretary, and $185,600 for “Services and Supplies” – not bad compared to the $1000 ASA money real professors get.
This info is from the FY10 UO Operational Expenditure Budget by RU and Department files that the Budget and Resource Planning people have started posting. Very helpful stuff!
If you look at the Provost’s Office, spending has gone from
$1,436,434 in 2006 to
$4,890,764 in 2010.
I know Brady and Bean have been big spenders, but this almost seems implausible. Does anyone have an explanation? This makes Moseley look pretty good – or maybe he was just good at hiding things?