St. Thomas profs want their pay system reformed

Ann Johnson, chair of the University of St. Thomas psychology department, tells TommieMedia about professors' dissatisfaction with the university's faculty compensation system:

“I would like to see a really sustained and open discussion about merit pay, because there are a lot of differences in opinion about it. St. Thomas has been very much driven by a business model, and in that model, you pay the high performers, but some faculty feel that we should move toward a more equitable, spread-the-increase-around type of model.”

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