Ontario Sunshine List reveals university pay levels

The release of Ontario’s Public Sector Salary Disclosure list on March 31 highlighted a continuing gender wage gap among university employees. Published annually since 1996, the Sunshine List provides the salary and benefits of every public sector employee earning more than $100,000 in the previous year. This year’s list has grown by seven per cent, with more than 123,000 people paid more than $100,000 last year, according to CBC News. Carleton president Roseann Runte is once again the highest paid employee at Carleton. Earning a total of $400,004.97 in 2016, Runte was one of three women amongst the top 10 highest paid Carleton employees last year. Sprott School of Business associate dean of professional graduate programs Lorraine Dyke was fourth, earning […]

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Class receives 100 per cent on mid-term at Queen’s

Queen’s University’s Smith School of Business is investigating a potential breach of academic integrity after a class of second-year students all received 100 per cent on their midterm exam last month. After it was brought to the professors’ attention that the test was repeated from 2013, all of the students in the class were given a grade of 100 per cent, according to the Queen’s Journal. One of the students in the class told the Journal that he prepared for the midterm by finding copies of previous tests from upper year students and professors. “When I got the exam, I flipped to the first page and saw it was the exact same question as the 2013 midterm, and then the […]

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