JH has finally posted the 19-20 comparisons of UO faculty pay to other AAU publics, after sitting on it since at least June. I don’t know when the 20-21 data, which is based on fall 2020 pay will be posted. (While these tables include instructor pay it’s based only 7 instructors for the entire AAU, so I’m just showing TTF.)
For a quick comparison I looked at data from the fall 2014 survey, the year before UO hired Pres Schill, and compared it with the 2019 data, 5 years later. I use “All Ranks Weighted” salary, which accounts for inter-institutional differences in the proportion of faculty by rank and discipline. So the admins can’t say our salaries are low because we had not engineering school.
Over these 5 years the weighted salary at UO fell from 94% of our peers to 90%. In nominal dollars it rose from $102,200 to $112,800, but after inflation this was an increase of only $41, while salaries at our AAU peers increased by about $4,163 in real 2014 dollars.
(Note that these numbers are the changes for the average professor with average rank etc. Obviously individual faculty see larger increases as they get promoted etc. Think of these as representing UO’s salary cost for its average professor in a given year.)
The data is here. You can get it broken out by dept, which is fun. The gist:
Fall 2019 (the “2018 AAU” bit is a typo):