Miami University president Gregory Crawford

Miami U’s highest-paid employees in 2017: I-Team Payroll Project

Crawford was hired in February 2016 to replace former president David Hodge, whose annual pay was $432,022. 

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Public agencies make payroll with your money, which is why the I-Team has assembled and made available a searchable database of pay for public employees.

In total, Miami University paid 15 people more than $300,000 and 77 people more than $200,000.

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An I-Team investigation last year found the ability to cash out unused sick and vacation leave is a rare perk in the private sector, though local governments are on the hook for tens of millions of dollars worth of these payments. 

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The 10 highest-paid Miami University employees in 2017 were: 

1. Gregory Crawford, president and professor of physics: $586,425 

2. Charles Martin, head football coach: $533,785 

3. Marc Rubin, interim dean and professor of the Farmer School of Business: $373,890

4. David Creamer, senior vice president of finance and business services: $373,890 

5. Enrico Blasi, head ice hockey coach: $366,768 

6. Thomas Boulton, professor of finance: $361,110 

7. Phyllis Callahan, provost: $357,615 

8. Thomas Herbert, senior vice president for university advancement: $353,699 

9. Dan Heitger, Deloitte and Touche professor of accountancy: $351,064 

10. David Shrider, associate professor of finance: $319,287

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