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Database: University of Wisconsin employee salaries

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The names of individuals who identified themselves to the UW as victims of domestic or other violence have been redacted from this database.

The money for employee salaries come from a variety of revenue sources including: tuition, state funding, gifts/non-federal grants/contracts; funds transferred from other state agencies; federal grants and aid; and segregated funds.

This database does not include payments to UW-Madison coaches that come from the University of Wisconsin Foundation. The Foundation typically pays supplemental income to university's athletic director, head football coach, head basketball coach, football defensive coordinator and football offensive coordinator. Check out our database of Wisconsin coaching salaries and contracts for a better picture of their salaries.

Source: University of Wisconsin System


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Coaches make tons more than professors, lol.


That's because their positions are much more premium, because we crave the service they provide. Their contributions have a much larger cumulative impact on the university than any professor. We should actually pay them more so they stick around. Chryst will be gone soon, on to Texas or Notre Dame and the really big bucks.


I would love to see the actual quantitative proof of this statement reflected in dollars for this. College sports is a racket that only exists because they don't have to pay the athletes a dime. It always seems perverse in some ways that people are more concerned with the school's sports than the academics (especially at the high school level).


The revenue brought in by football supports all other sports. These sports are huge selling points for recruiting. Revenue from football is carried over to improvements in facilities and campus life. The people they attract to games are integral to the economics of the entire region. This all starts with the administration and coaches. The free market determines their value.


1k/week for the professor, 60k/week for the coach


That's about equal to the importance that each individual brings to the university in terms of value. Without a solid football program, the university, Madison, and Wisconsin would lose many millions. Professors are relatively interchangeable.


This mindset which is prevalent in our country that somehow sports, which are a after all a game, have more importance than science, mathematics, history etc. is counterproductive. What societal gains have ever come from sports and entertainment? True they generate income and amuse people, but they do not move or culture or species forward. The pathetic comment "Professors are relatively interchangeable" while coaches somehow have unique value is particularly galling to the many fine professionals who do the real work of the university, teaching students and advancing knowledge.

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The salary listed is $11,000 higher than what my husband actually makes as an assistant professor, so I'm not sure how they are calculating these.


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