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Why does KU Chancellor Robert Hemenway get paid more than presidents of other Kansas universities?

Dick Carter, director of external relations for the Kansas Board of Regents, said: "The chancellor's salary is set annually by the Kansas Board of Regents and is designed to reflect the function, scope, and responsibility of a chief executive officer charged with overseeing a large and complex operation. In comparison to other state universities in Kansas, the University of Kansas employs a larger number of personnel, serves a greater number of students, and fulfills a broader mission of research, teaching and service."


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